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[DevDay 2016] Prepare for Success - Speaker: Toan Ngo – Vice President at Global CyberSoft Vietnam

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This is a sharing session about hand-on experience and what a new graduate should and shall be well prepared to gain success in either job-seeking, or reaching short term and long term career objectives.

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Speaker: Toan Ngo – Vice President at Global CyberSoft Vietnam

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[DevDay 2016] Prepare for Success - Speaker: Toan Ngo – Vice President at Global CyberSoft Vietnam

  1. 1. Prepare For Success April, 2016DevDay Danang 2016 By : Toan Ngo BetterBetter
  2. 2. | © Copyright 2015 Hitachi Consulting2 Vietnam ICT Industry - An Overview-
  3. 3. | © Copyright 2015 Hitachi Consulting3 0.00 5.00 10.00 15.00 20.00 25.00 30.00 35.00 40.00 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 4.63 5.63 11.33 23.02 36.76 1.21 1.36 1.24 1.41 Content Software Hardward Revenue - ICT Source : ICT White book 2014 Total $39.5 bil, increased 55.3% HW 93%
  4. 4. | © Copyright 2015 Hitachi Consulting4 Tholons Top 100 Outsourcing Destinations 2015 Source : Tholons 2015
  5. 5. | © Copyright 2015 Hitachi Consulting5 BPO and shared service location index Source : Cushman & Wakefield Publication 2015
  6. 6. | © Copyright 2015 Hitachi Consulting6 APAC’s 6 Primary Locations of Global Delivery Country Destinations – by Gartner
  7. 7. | © Copyright 2015 Hitachi Consulting7 Job and Career
  8. 8. | © Copyright 2015 Hitachi Consulting8 A question Why did you choose IT for your journey? Tell us three interesting things about IT?
  9. 9. | © Copyright 2015 Hitachi Consulting9 A question What is the difference between “Career” and “Job”?
  10. 10. | © Copyright 2015 Hitachi Consulting10 Fresh engineer: 72% lack of practical experience and skill 42% lack of team working skill 100% do not know what areas are best fit or suitable for them 70% cannot use any foreign language 77,2% graduates must be complementarily trained. Do you know? Source : dubaonhanluchcmc.com
  11. 11. | © Copyright 2015 Hitachi Consulting11 Success Factors
  12. 12. | © Copyright 2015 Hitachi Consulting12 Success Factors 1. Attitude 2. Practical Skill 3. EQ vs IQ and Employability Skills 4. Independent Thought – Critical Thinking & Creativity 5. Role of Foreign Language, and How to? 6. Career vs Job, Value vs Money
  13. 13. | © Copyright 2013 Hitachi Consulting13 Success Formula Attitude & Behaviors Knowledge Practical Skills Softskill
  14. 14. | © Copyright 2015 Hitachi Consulting14 Is it enough?
  15. 15. | © Copyright 2015 Hitachi Consulting15 Intelligence EQ IQ Ability: Learning Languages Logic Problem solving Catching up Ability: Emotional control Communication Leadership Visionary Motivation IQ & EQ
  16. 16. | © Copyright 2015 Hitachi Consulting16 “In school, success is about 75% IQ and 25% EQ. In the real world, success is 25% IQ and 75% EQ” Daniel Goleman, “Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ” IQ & EQ
  17. 17. | © Copyright 2015 Hitachi Consulting17 Well Prepare For Your Journey
  18. 18. | © Copyright 2015 Hitachi Consulting18 Well Prepare For Job Seeking 1. 5P principle Proper Preparation Prevents Poor Performance 2. Value to sell 3. Personal ability 4. Interviewing Skill
  19. 19. | © Copyright 2015 Hitachi Consulting19 Interviewing Skill Useful Tips Well prepared CV Well understand on vacancy First impressions Appearance Body language Emotional control Note: Interviewing skill is important, but personal capacity is the critical success factor
  20. 20. | © Copyright 2015 Hitachi Consulting20 Common Recruitment Frame  Qualification & Technical Skills • Academic Background/Certificates • Job Knowledge • Technical Skills • Work Experiences  Personal skill • Personality/behavior & ability to work with others • Communication (VNmese, English, Japanese, etc) • Presentation/ Understanding/ Oral/ Written • Detail oriented/Logical thinking/Critical thinking • Other soft skills (It’s up to position)
  21. 21. | © Copyright 2015 Hitachi Consulting21 Soft skills  New Graduates • Presentation skill • Writing/Reporting • Planning & Organizing • Team Working • English (Foreign language)
  22. 22. | © Copyright 2015 Hitachi Consulting22 How to get “Experience” Self practices, along or with others School projects Senior project Internship at company/organization Working on real project/work (part-time job)
  23. 23. | © Copyright 2015 Hitachi Consulting23 Technology Trend
  24. 24. | © Copyright 2015 Hitachi Consulting24 Page 24Confidential Millions of users Hundreds of millions of users Billions of users
  25. 25. | © Copyright 2015 Hitachi Consulting25 The 3rd Platform & IoT-IoE
  26. 26. | © Copyright 2015 Hitachi Consulting26 Comments Statistics is important , but should not go to the crowd, trend is more important Technology trend goes up, and down. Number of users/applications is more important If you are master one/two languages, the next one is more simple  Choose the most interest one for you. Actively join some technical forums (not much) to learn from experts Build your own program or solve problem/algorithm by your favorite language.
  27. 27. | © Copyright 2015 Hitachi Consulting27 We welcome your questions

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