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Induction Plan - Synergetics India

  1. 1. Proposed Induction Training Partnership<br />Based on Value Propositions of “Project Ready People”.<br />
  2. 2. Agenda<br /><ul><li>Our Understanding of Training Need
  3. 3. Our Understanding of Training Function and Its DNA
  4. 4. Our understanding of Productive Developer
  5. 5. Our Value Propositions
  6. 6. Why Synergetics is the Best FIT
  7. 7. Orientation of Previous Induction Engagements
  8. 8. Offering
  9. 9. Assessment</li></li></ul><li>Challenge & Solution<br />High Time to Production<br />Productive Developer Faster<br />
  10. 10. Our Understanding of Training Function and Its DNA.<br />When Morale is GOOD, and Skills are high, it makes for an Happier Employee<br />
  11. 11. Our Understanding of Training Function and Its DNA.<br />Primary Aim of Training Function is to BUILD Competitive Advantages for its Business.<br />Process Effectiveness<br />Innovation<br />Project Readiness of Freshers<br />
  12. 12. Our Understanding of Training Function and Its DNA.<br />Training is a HUGE Transforming Influence<br />Soft Skills<br /><ul><li> Workshop for enabling Teamwork & Personal Chemistry
  13. 13. Workshopon Business Etiquettes & Professional Maturity.</li></ul>Technical Skills<br /><ul><li> Workshops on variety of Software Technologies.
  14. 14. Workshops on Programming Skills.</li></ul>Process Understanding<br /><ul><li> Workshops on understanding various Internal Processes.</li></ul>Assessment Based Structured Mentoring Sessions.<br />1O1<br />Process Effectiveness<br />Innovation<br />Project Readiness of Freshers<br />
  15. 15. Programming <br />practices <br />and Techniques <br />Testing / <br />Quality Control <br />SDLC <br />and Design<br />Application <br />Architecture<br />Productive Developer <br />Soft Skills & <br />Behavior<br />Productive Developer <br />
  16. 16. <ul><li> To be able to Read Design Documents, be conversant with OOAD-UML.
  17. 17. To carry Proper understanding of Screen specification document.
  18. 18. To carry proper understanding as to what’s SDLC in a real life scenario .
  19. 19. To be an independent resource ASAP and be able to understand the following documents :
  20. 20. Statement of work
  21. 21. Presales Document
  22. 22. FRS
  23. 23. HLDD / LLDD
  24. 24. ER diagram / DB design docs.
  25. 25. Format of unit testing / System testing
  26. 26. To be well conversant with configuration management.
  27. 27. To be well conversant with the Concept of Release Notes / Releases / Release Cycle / Builds and Build Types .</li></ul>SDLC and Design<br /><ul><li> To be well conversant with event driven application architecture.
  28. 28. To carry a complete picture of an enterprise application based on all the applicable technologies/products being used as part of the Product/Project .
  29. 29. To be well versed with the concept and scenarios of Distributed application architecture.
  30. 30. To be well conversant with Web based {n-Tier} application architecture and the origin and evolution of the same.
  31. 31. To be well conversant with Forms Based vs. Web based application differences and their respective applicability. </li></ul>Productive Developer-Knowledge Map <br />Application <br />Architecture<br /><ul><li> To be well conversant with the fundamentals of testing, its need and what if one ignores testing
  32. 32. To be able to write test cases using specified template and also be conversant with its execution pattern.
  33. 33. To appreciate testing as integral part of Development
  34. 34. To clearly understand the difference between
  35. 35. To maintain Traceability matrix for change request.
  36. 36. To properly understand Priority and severity level and adhere to them in the correct sense within the context.
  37. 37. To be well versed and sensitive to defect tracking and defect life cycle </li></ul>Testing / <br />Quality Control <br />Productive Developer <br />
  38. 38. <ul><li>To understand that Source Code level optimization and Object code level optimization is a must.
  39. 39. To be well conversant with Debugging techniques.
  40. 40. To be well conversant with Coding standards / guidelines and conventions.
  41. 41. To be able to write reusable piece of code following the practices of OOP.
  42. 42. To understand the value of Commenting code.</li></ul>Programming <br />practices <br />and Techniques <br />Productive Developer-Knowledge Map <br /><ul><li> To carry exposure to tight deadlines , last minute changes ,learning on the Job.
  43. 43. To understand that a true developer is best at debugging somebody else Code.
  44. 44. To be able to manage their desktop by themselves.
  45. 45. To be well conversant and Sensitive towards their domain.
  46. 46. To be aware that wait state is hate state.
  47. 47. To be aware that each one is responsible for the entire project delivery. Eventually when one fails the entire team fails.
  48. 48. To be aware and appreciate the fact that Software development is all about providing a viable solution as per client expectations. It’s NOT essentially about current technology
  49. 49. To think why there is this piece of technology? What was the pain point or value proposition it is trying to actually address.
  50. 50. To look beyond what’s visible and have a deep dive attitude wrt a technology in focus and view technology as a whole.</li></ul>Soft Skills & <br />Behavior<br />Productive Developer <br />
  51. 51. Presentations<br />Real World Project<br />Integrated Evaluation <br />Specialization<br />Training<br />Boot Camp<br />Fresher<br />Productive Developer Approach <br />
  52. 52. Structure of the Induction Program - The Existing Model. [R.I.S.E.]<br />SDLC<br /> Event<br />Pre Induction <br /> Event<br />Core Learning<br /> Event<br />Streams<br /> Event<br />Instructor Lead Training<br /> e-Learning [ LMS]<br /> e – Reference [Books Online]<br /> Assessment & Structured Mentoring <br />Boot Camp SpecializationRWP<br />
  53. 53. Education ware<br />
  54. 54. Some of the Key Focus Areas of the Induction Universe<br />Performance <br />Reports<br />Assessment<br />Mentoring<br />Test<br />
  55. 55. Gaps in theKey Focus Areas of the Induction Universe<br />Performance <br />Reports<br />Assessment<br />Mentoring ++<br />Mentoring<br />Test ++<br />Test<br />?<br />Measuring <br />Effectiveness<br />?<br />Learning<br /> Objectives<br />
  56. 56. NEW REALITIES<br />NEW DEMANDS<br />Reasons for Partnership with Synergetics <br />Manage Consistency<br />Ease to Manage Sensitivity <br />and <br />Quality of Delivery<br />Risk Cover of Change in Technology <br />Right usage of Experienced Senior Resources in enhancing Mentoring<br />Question Bank Load <br />& <br />Quality<br />Challenge to <br />Manage Comfortable <br />Working Relationship with multiple Vendors<br />Time for <br />Discipline Development to reduce time to Production and efficiency<br />
  57. 57. Why Synergetics – Value Propositions <br />Why Rewrite a New Success Story when you have already created one and Its <br />Ready for use<br />We are as Passionate <br />about Training as you are !<br />As you , we too understand the sensitivities involved in dealing with freshers.<br />We have already Successfully partnered with you <br />Why Synergetics?<br />Professional level <br />Comfort and respect for the skills held on either side<br />Experienced the Competency of our Delivery.<br />Why Risk with others ?<br />We have the Scale ,<br />Experience and we can build it further to match your scale and expectations.<br />
  58. 58. Orientation of Prior Engagements<br />
  59. 59. Offerings <br />
  60. 60.
  61. 61. Pre Post Test Analysis<br />Assessments<br />
  62. 62. Performance Feedback Form<br />
  63. 63. Performance Analysis <br />
  64. 64. What Next : Lets Walk the Talk<br />Functions Needs<br />Performance Needs<br />Learning Needs<br />Work Environment Needs<br />Understanding the Work Core and the Deliverables <br />Initial Conversation Goals<br /><ul><li>An understanding of the Functions and Business Needs
  65. 65. A definition of performance needs and metrics
  66. 66. An assessment of learning needs
  67. 67. A Determination of work environment needs</li>