SFIA Conference 2009
Trends in Capability Management




                                 Adam Thilthorpep
                 BCS Director for Pr...
The IT Profession



“Only a Digital Britain can unlock the imagination and
creativity that will secure for us and our chi...
The IT Profession


Headlines from Computer Weekly September 2009
IT at biology’s frontiers                               ...
Technology at the heart of business
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                                          Groceries,
  WH Smiths,       ...
A Maturity Model for a Profession


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Capability Management - Definition


Capability management aims to:
  • balance the achievement of current operational
   ...
Capability of IT Workforce


The skills of IT professionals are key to:
   • Maximising the dividends of successful IT ena...
Capability of IT Workforce


  •  The changing demographics of the labour market
                                         ...
Can Capability Management be
ignored?



       “Businesses change every day, and the
        Businesses
       developmen...
Can Capability Management be
ignored?

 Consequences of a shortage of qualified IT professionals:
 C             f    h t ...
Can Capability Management be
ignored?

 How d you address a shortage of skilled IT professionals?
 H   do     dd        h ...
Workforce Capability


 Enhancing workforce performance in today’s business
 environment requires:
      • An adaptable wo...
Approaches to Talent Management




   CIPD report 2006 – Talent Management: understanding the dimensions




            ...
Business priorities


          Linking business challenges to workforce issues
          Li ki b i         h ll      t   ...
How do we get what we need




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Trends in Capability Management




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  1. 1. SFIA Conference 2009
  2. 2. Trends in Capability Management Adam Thilthorpep BCS Director for Professionalism December 2009 Presentation to insert name here 2
  3. 3. The IT Profession “Only a Digital Britain can unlock the imagination and creativity that will secure for us and our children the highly skilled jobs of the future. Only a Digital Britain will secure the wonders of an information revolution that could transform every part of our lives. Only a Digital Britain will enable us to demonstrate the vision and dynamism that we have to shape the future ” future.” Rt Hon. Gordon Brown MP, Prime Minister Presentation to insert name here 3
  4. 4. The IT Profession Headlines from Computer Weekly September 2009 IT at biology’s frontiers Go green with In l I less than 10 years IT h gone f th has from b i a being software valuable tool for life sciences to being at the heart of some of the most important research projects ever Organisations are looking to software to undertaken. help them meet their environmental commitments it t • Mining data from the human genome requires massive computing power • Chemical equivalent of the genome project is Computers to harness producing another d t mountain d i th data t i speed of light d f li ht IT helps restore Lehman UK Scientists aim to speed information If separating the IT systems is successful, Nomura p processing by using light waves g y g g will be able to run Lehman Brothers UK as a Future optical computers will provide standalone entity at a significantly lower cost than more processing power and higher speed when it was Lehman Brothers’ UK entity Presentation to insert name here 4
  5. 5. Technology at the heart of business gy Groceries, WH Smiths, knowing your Amazon and the customer and real incredible shrinking time delivery.. market share.. Collaborative VISA, Mastercard working and and no other booze, or how relevant threats.. to get ahead in Columbia.. Presentation to insert name here 5
  6. 6. A Maturity Model for a Profession £1 Trillion Establis 5 A global Statutory pound Leve industry with economy els shed unique 4 based on Public challenges.. knowledge services 3 Governed Dev Levels Chartered Status Status, veloping 2 Google and th G l d the Qualified third industrial qualifications, experience and IT revolution.. 1 Organized competence Derived from the Carnegie Mellon University Capability Maturity Model® Presentation to insert name here 6
  7. 7. Capability Management - Definition Capability management aims to: • balance the achievement of current operational requirements at the same time as developing f t i t t th ti d l i future capabilities to meet competing operational and strategic objectives Effective capability management helps organisations to achieve strategic and current operational objectives by: • Aiding the understanding, and effective integration, re- alignment and application of total enterprise ability or capacity and • Develops and provides innovative solutions Presentation to insert name here 7
  8. 8. Capability of IT Workforce The skills of IT professionals are key to: • Maximising the dividends of successful IT enabled innovation • Exploiting the potential of the technology to meet customer expectations p • Using the power of the technology to help drive business growth BCS Research September 2009: Improving the IT skills of the UK workforce should be a top priority for boosting economic recovery Presentation to insert name here 8
  9. 9. Capability of IT Workforce • The changing demographics of the labour market market, • Skills shortages • Employee d E l demands f work–life b l d for k lif balance • Changes to traditional geographic and competitive boundaries • The pace of change Skills and knowledge need constant refreshing in order for them to stay current, stay productive and stay in line with strategy Presentation to insert name here 9
  10. 10. Can Capability Management be ignored? “Businesses change every day, and the Businesses development of a workforce that can cope with change is not easy.” General Manager, Human Resources Group, Japanese transportation company IBM Global Business Services - Unlocking the DNA of the Adaptable Workforce: The Global Human Capital Study 2008 Presentation to insert name here 10
  11. 11. Can Capability Management be ignored? Consequences of a shortage of qualified IT professionals: C f h t f lifi d f i l • Negative impact on business effectiveness and efficiency ffi i • IT looses talent to other areas • Increase of operational costs BCS research October 2009 Presentation to insert name here 11
  12. 12. Can Capability Management be ignored? How d you address a shortage of skilled IT professionals? H do dd h t f kill d f i l ? 1. Professional development, career path initiatives 1 P f i ld l t th i iti ti 2. Improved working environment 2 I d ki i t 3. Better engagement with the business 4 Better compensation 4. 5. Training 6 Greater technology innovation 6. BCS research October 2009 Presentation to insert name here 12
  13. 13. Workforce Capability Enhancing workforce performance in today’s business environment requires: • An adaptable workforce that can rapidly respond to changes in the outside market • Leadership to guide individuals through change and deliver results • An integrated talent management model that eg a ed a e a age e ode a addresses the entire employee lifecycle • Data and information to deliver strategic insights and g g measure success. IBM Global Business Services - Unlocking the DNA of the Adaptable Workforce: The Global Human Capital Study 2008 Presentation to insert name here 13
  14. 14. Approaches to Talent Management CIPD report 2006 – Talent Management: understanding the dimensions Presentation to insert name here 14
  15. 15. Business priorities Linking business challenges to workforce issues Li ki b i h ll t kf i Presentation to insert name here 15
  16. 16. How do we get what we need Presentation to insert name here 16
  17. 17. Trends in Capability Management Adam Thilthorpep BCS Director for Professionalism December 2009 Presentation to insert name here 17
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