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The government IT profession moves forward Adam Thilthorpe
The government IT profession moves forward Adam Thilthorpe
The government IT profession moves forward Adam Thilthorpe
The government IT profession moves forward Adam Thilthorpe
The government IT profession moves forward Adam Thilthorpe
The government IT profession moves forward Adam Thilthorpe
The government IT profession moves forward Adam Thilthorpe
The government IT profession moves forward Adam Thilthorpe
The government IT profession moves forward Adam Thilthorpe
The government IT profession moves forward Adam Thilthorpe
The government IT profession moves forward Adam Thilthorpe
The government IT profession moves forward Adam Thilthorpe
The government IT profession moves forward Adam Thilthorpe
The government IT profession moves forward Adam Thilthorpe
The government IT profession moves forward Adam Thilthorpe
The government IT profession moves forward Adam Thilthorpe
The government IT profession moves forward Adam Thilthorpe
The government IT profession moves forward Adam Thilthorpe
The government IT profession moves forward Adam Thilthorpe
The government IT profession moves forward Adam Thilthorpe
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  • 1. The Government IT Professionmoves forwardAdam ThilthorpeBCS, Director for Professionalism, Policy and Public Affairs
  • 2. These are unique business times in centralgovernment Service quality Continuous improvement and cost focus ProfessionalismCustomer focus
  • 3. What is the strategic context for the work onprofessional capability in government? Government ICT Capability Government Government End-user Cloud Device The Government IT Strategy Information Greening Principles Government for the UK Public Sector
  • 4. The Government IT Capability StrategySome of the strategy workstream areasbeing focused on upfront: Retained Career Technology in ICT function frameworks Business IT ApprenticesCommunications IT Capability Strategy IT and CIO Community Academies Networks Talent and Workforce Accreditation Supply planning Frameworks
  • 5. Case Study – MoJ Presentation to insert name here 5
  • 6. Case Study – MoJ July 2009 BCS Group Membership Scheme Presentation to insert name here 6
  • 7. Case Study – MoJ July 2009 All MoJ ICT staff given the opportunity to join BCS, The Chartered BCS Group Membership Institute for IT. BCS and MoJ continue to promote the benefits of Scheme membership. Presentation to insert name here 7
  • 8. Case Study – MoJ January 2010 SFIAplus Role Profile alignment and creation July 2009 BCS Group Membership Scheme Presentation to insert name here 8
  • 9. Case Study – MoJ January 2010 Working collaboratively with the leadership team, BCS delivered SFIAplus Role consistent & detailed description of the roles and responsibilities for MoJ ICT positions. Profile alignment and creation July 2009 BCS Group Membership Scheme Presentation to insert name here 9
  • 10. Case Study – MoJAugust 2010 Career Pathways (Toolkit) January 2010 SFIAplus Role Profile alignment and creation July 2009 BCS Group Membership Scheme Presentation to insert name here 10
  • 11. Case Study – MoJ BCS developed a generic guide aimed at those who have an interest in ICT or are part of the ICT organisation within MoJ. The toolkit took the form of products previously developed but drawn together to tell a story of how to use the Job Roles and SFIAplus for career planning and development. BCS delivered:August 2010 • High Level Career Map • Outline Job Families Career Pathways • A guide on related skills and skill groups (Toolkit) • How to use current roles to define skills gaps overlap • How to use current roles to map a potential career path January 2010 • Guidance for managers on skills training or experience SFIAplus Role Profile alignment and creation July 2009 BCS Group Membership Scheme Presentation to insert name here 11
  • 12. Case Study – MoJ 2013 - 2014 BCS AccreditationAugust 2010 Career Pathways (Toolkit) January 2010 SFIAplus Role Profile alignment and creation July 2009 BCS Group Membership Scheme Presentation to insert name here 12
  • 13. Case Study – MoJBCS Professional Development Accreditation recognises best practice in 2013 - 2014employer training and development for IT professionals. It is a prestigiousindependent seal of quality that demonstrates your commitment to BCS Accreditationsupporting the professional development of your staff and improvingemployee motivation and retention. August 2010 Career Pathways (Toolkit) January 2010 SFIAplus Role Profile alignment and creation July 2009 BCS Group Membership Scheme Presentation to insert name here 13
  • 14. Key changes 1. Adopted a professional framework – SFIA - to underpin professionalism 2. Substantial development of the talent pipeline (TiBs and talent academies) to further build the professional community 3. Greater focus and clarity to the professional roles 4. Built stronger links in the community and with professional bodies and societies such as BCS and e- Skills UK
  • 15. Everything is premised on the SFIA framework Capability building Performance, appraisal and talent management Recruitment
  • 16. Government IT FrameworkRationalising the number of professional profilesacross government and enabling better talentmanagement, community building and clarityabout contributionIllustration
  • 17. The change should be cultural so that people: Look to achieve the level of competence, behaviour and status that goes with being a professional in any walk of life. See their status as an IT Professional as a personal attribute, irrespective of their job or organisation (as much an IT professional as a civil servant) See themselves as part of the connected IT profession and derive their standards from that - networked, locally, nationally, globally.
  • 18. Building the professional community and partnerships The Loop, TiB across i…Connect government Integrated workstreams taking Developing pan gov mentoring forward the strategy and coaching Working in partnership to: • Develop knowledge and capability • Build community and share knowledge and experience
  • 19. The I T shaped profession in government The ability and desire to apply the technical skills and knowledge in a business environment e.g. government specific examples Technical skills and knowledge e.g. government specific examples
  • 20. BCS Personal Development Plan • Record goals & activities • Filter, report and export data • Manage reflective learning • Share success with your peers • Easy access to potential activities • Videos • Events • Articles/blogs • Add your own fields and preferences Desktop/Laptop Tablet Device Smartphone 20
  • 21. Let me leave you with one thought…

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