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Ai external overview w analytics 4 t3-im
Ai external overview w analytics 4 t3-im
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For IBM Academic Initiative faculty interested in teaching using IBM information management tools, this is how to access those tools. An intro used in a May 20-24, 2013 Teach the Teacher (T3) …

For IBM Academic Initiative faculty interested in teaching using IBM information management tools, this is how to access those tools. An intro used in a May 20-24, 2013 Teach the Teacher (T3) training session

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  • Thank you for the opportunity to speak with you about the IBM Academic Initiative. Introduce myself….then I would like to speak with you today about the skill gaps and opportunities we are seeing in the marketplace and how we can partner with you to help fill these critical gaps.
  • Based on what we are hearing from our customer base as well as various market studies there are some significant shifts that we are seeing in the marketplace that are driving skill needs in the market place. Companies today more than ever need the knowledge and skills to address and/or leverage these shifts to increase and even maintain their competitiveness. Whether these skills are around speed to market with mobile solutions, driving better business outcomes through the ability to turn data into relevant information and that information into actionable insight or ensuring their critical applications and assets are secure and available. Unfortunately, IBM and our customers are seeing a large gap in the workforce who have the critical skills to capitalize on these shifts…next chart… _________________________________________________________________________________________________ Other data points: 1 in 3 frequently make critical decisions without the information they need or trust. 56% are overwhelmed by the amount of data their company manages. 1 in 2 don’t have access to the information, across their organization, needed to do their jobs.
  • Based on a recent tech trends study, among organizations worldwide today…. ¼ have major skill gaps in mobile, business analytics and security. 1 in 10 organizations have all the skills it needs to be successful in applying advanced technology in these areas for better business outcomes. And 40% report skill shortages to manage information… As a result: 1 in 3 managers frequently make critical decisions without the information they need or trust. 1 in 2 don’t have access to the information, across their organization, needed to do their jobs. We also know that: Organizations that apply analytics are seeing 33% more revenue growth …12X more profit growth. Top performing enterprises use analytics 5x more than lower performers. This is driving the consistent need we are hearing from our clients…next chart
  • IBM among others, recognizes that universities such as yourself are key to solving this skills shortage problem. But a recent study that reached out to the academic and student community also found there are challenges to meet this demand. A couple of things that were specifically called out in this study – which may or may not apply to you – First - return on rising cost of education - As we saw on the previous slide, job opportunities in these skill areas are highly lucrative. The next two challenges: Ability to incorporate real-world, experiential learning as well as time to implement change in curriculum are areas where the IBM Academic Initiative is able to truly provide value to partnering universities to overcome…
  • As a result of this skill shortage, IBM clients consistently mention four key skills they are searching to hire… In the area of Analytics and Big Data, the need for Business Analysts who can apply Business Intelligence, predictive analytics and other techniques to gain critical, actionable business insight to drive better business outcomes. As well as the need for deeper technical skills of a Data Scientist. In the area of Information Security – individuals who can apply a broad portfolio of security skills and systems thinking to business priorities And finally the next generation of software engineer who can effectively work in a fast-paced, ever changing global development environment. Do you agree that these are skill gaps you are seeing as well????
  • The IBM Academic Initiative program is how we put these critical assets into the hands of faculty members to bring to life the theory and concepts being taught in the classroom. Faculty members can access software, case studies, courseware as well as data sets to be incorporated into their courses at no charge. This includes such enterprise level solutions as IBM Cognos for BI, SPSS Modeler for Data Mining and Predictive analytics, Infosphere Streams and Big Insights for Big Data solutions, Rational tools for SW engineering, Mobile Worklight for enterprise level development of mobile applications or our various market leading security tools. This program therefore enables you to provide that real-world, experiential learning with enterprise level technology to make your students more competitive in the marketplace [reference back to previously identified challenges] and creates the skills our customers are looking to hire….next slide
  • So how can you get started…. Determine areas of interest Analytics, Big Data, Cyber Security, SW Engineering and Mobile Select candidate courses or topic area Review course plans & syllabi Match needs of your program to IBM capabilities & resources Faculty Briefing on IBM Academic Initiative Information sessions for specific capabilities and interests Integrate IBM tools and assets Deploy
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    • 1. © 2013 IBM CorporationIBM Academic InitiativeMay 21, 2013Smarter AnalyticsTeach the Teacher (T3) TrainingUniversity of North Carolina CharlottePenelope GardnerRelationship Managerpenelope@us.ibm.com720-396-4902 (O), 919-757-6856 (C)
    • 2. © 2013 IBM Corporation8:30 AM Arrival, Registration9:00 AM Welcome, Kick-Off9:30 AM Topic Overview* Take 10 & ReturnNoon Lunch, Networking12:45 PM Hands-On* Take 10 & Return4:00 PM Roundtable Discussion, Q&A4:30-5 PM Departure
    • 3. © 2013 IBM CorporationSources: IBM analysis, Ponemon Institute and Symantec ResearchSignificant shifts are giving rise to new opportunities and risksCustomers who shop on tablets tend to spend21% more than those who shop on computers.A data breach costs a company, on average, $5.5 millionOrganizations that apply analytics are 2.2x more likely tooutperform their peers.
    • 4. © 2013 IBM Corporationhave major skill gapsin mobile, businessanalytics, and security* Includes business analytics, mobile computing, social business, and cloud computingSources: IBM Tech Trends report 2012, Enterprise Strategy Group, CompTIAreport a skills shortage in theability to manage informationAmong organizations worldwide today…has all the skills it needs to besuccessful applying advancedtechnology* for business benefitAn acute shortage of skills threatens our ability to address emergingopportunities and risks
    • 5. © 2013 IBM Corporationeducators and students saytheir institutions can’tmeet the demand forskills in key technologyspaces** Respondents indicating “moderate to major gap” addressing needs of workforce in mobile computing (77%), business analytics (73%), cloud computing (78%), and social business (77%)Source: IBM Tech Trends report 2012Struggling to adapt… Challenged to prove return on rising costof education for students Unable to meet employer demand forreal-world, experiential learning Slow to change curriculum and methodsin response to new models and needsUniversities are key to solving the skills shortage problem, but arechallenged to meet the demand
    • 6. © 2013 IBM CorporationIBM clients consistently mention four key skills they look to hireThe Business AnalystApplies business intelligence, predictiveanalytics, and other techniques to turninformation into business insightSource: IBM Tech Trends report 2012The Data ScientistCombines the skills needed to collect,store, manage, and understand patternsand trends in dataThe Cyber Security ProfessionalRequires a broad portfolio of securityskills and systems thinking applied tobusiness prioritiesThe Next Generation Software EngineerEmploys the skills and methodologiesneeded to keep pace with the rapidlyevolving software engineering disciplineAnalytics and Big Data60% of enterprises face a shortageof business analytics skills today40% of enterprises report a skillsshortage in ability to manage information39% of organizations adding IT staff planto hire information security professionals65% of enterprises face a shortageof mobile development skills todayInformation Security Software Engineering & Mobile Dev
    • 7. © 2013 IBM Corporation7The IBM Academic Initiative is designed to grow skills needed to build aSmarter PlanetSince inception in 2004:37,000 faculty across 13,000+ institutionshave participated in the Academic Initiative,teaching 130,000 courses to 3.8M students• Extensive assets and community resources todevelop world-class curricula• No charge access to IBM technology & tools• Real-world cases and experiential learning• Activities to connect students to an ecosystemof industry partners• Faculty Knowledge ExchangeHelping faculty provide experiential learning relevant to high growthmarket areas where job growth is brisk
    • 8. © 2013 IBM CorporationThe IBM Academic Initiative: Getting Started Determine scope and scale of student needs Match needs of your program to IBMcapabilities & resources Integrate IBM tools and assets Deployibm.com/academicinitiative
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    • 13. © 2013 IBM CorporationPenelope GardnerRelationship Managerpenelope@us.ibm.com720-396-4902 (O), 919-757-6856 (C)
    • 14. © 2013 IBM Corporation Solution Engineer from IBMs Big Data Enablement team based at IBM Silicon Valley Lab Responsible for the development of technical assets for the IBM Big Data portfolio Leads the Silicon Valley Big Data Developer Meetup group 13 Years as Software Engineer at IBM– Notes Application Developer– DBA– Build Engineer– Green IT Project Manager MS Software Engineering from San Jose State University (Summer 2013)@NicolasJMorales.Bio: Nic Morales
    • 15. © 2013 IBM CorporationBio: Robert Uleman 12 years in worldwide technical sales, Information Management Specializes in InfoSphere Streams, specifically physical sensor data– Oil & gas, manufacturing, automotive, environmental, scientific– Geospatial, time series, signal processing 15 years in software product development– Geophysical– Remote sensing, image processing– GIS– RDBMS extensions for geospatial, image, video, and time series data Degrees in applied physics (Delft) and geophysics (Stanford)
    • 16. © 2013 IBM CorporationJohn Choi, Nic Morales and Robert UlemanBig Insights and Streams:

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