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Ict as a career path for women opportunities and challenges luna shamsuddoha

  1. 1. ICT as a Career Path for Women Opportunities and Challenges Luna Shamsuddoha Chairman, Dohatec New Media President, Bangladesh Women in Technology www.e-asia.org
  2. 2. The Presentation is structured as below: ICT Careers Digital economy ICT Segments Opportunities Global Bangladesh Women Issues enablers IT Professional Entrepreneurs eASIA2011 www.e-asia.org
  3. 3. What Does Information Technologydo for the Economy?It increases the size of the Economy eASIA2011 www.e-asia.org
  4. 4. The Internet increases supply… …and demand? Price Price D1 S1 S2 D1 D2 S1 S2Aggregate supply and demand P1 P1 P2 P2 D1 D1 D2 S1 S2 S1 S2 Q1 Q2 Quantity Q1 Q2 Q3 Quantity Source: Goldman Sachs eASIA2011 www.e-asia.org
  5. 5. SKILL Knowledge INFORMATION MANAGEMENT Judgement INFORMATION PROFESSIONAL Technical Rules DATA CONVERSION Key Stroke DATA MANIPULATION DATA ENTRY VALUE SKILL/VALUE MATRIX FOR SOFTWARE INDUSTRY eASIA2011 www.e-asia.org
  6. 6. PROFESSIONAL SERVICE FIRMS SYSTEM PROVIDER SOFTWARE COMPANIESPREPRESS GIS HELP HIGH VALUE ADDED DESK SERVICES Technical Knowledge INDUSTRY SEGMENTS eASIA2011 www.e-asia.org
  7. 7. Mobile Facts5.3 billion people have mobiles phones i.e. 77% of the world population82 million Smart phone users in US11.3 million households do mobile banking in US400 million will do banking by 20130.5 billion Mobile subscribers use internetAPPS APPS APPS300,000 Apps in 3 years downloads 10.9 billion500 million to 1 billion people will access by 2015Remittance / Transfers by mobile growth rate 3 timesfaster than m-banking, eASIA2011 www.e-asia.org
  8. 8. The Green denotes the huge untapped BPOservices and ITES-Engineering eASIA2011 www.e-asia.org
  9. 9. Distribution of BPO in India by type ofownership of Service Provider eASIA2011 www.e-asia.org
  10. 10. eASIA2011 www.e-asia.org
  11. 11. Jobs Jobs JobsDeveloper Analyst Consultant .Net Developer Business Analyst Architect Java Developer Project Manager C# Developer SeniorDeveloper Web Developer Support Analyst C# .Net Developer Software Engineer Software Developer Administrator Team LeaderApplications Support Support Engineer ASP .Net Developer SAP Consultant Senior Analyst Junior C++ Developer GraduateProgrammer DBA Solutions Architect PHP Developer Designer C# ASP.NET Developer System Administrator Test Analyst Senior.NET Developer Senior Consultant Tester Senior Java Developer SQL Developer Senior Manager Development Manager TechnicalConsultant Systems Analyst Technical Support Lead Developer Technical Architect Network Engineer Senior C# DeveloperApplications Support AnalystVB.NET Developer Junior Developer Applications Developer Service Manager Business ManagerProgramme Manager Data Analyst Senior Business Analyst Analyst Programmer Graduate Developer Systems Engineer TechnicalManager SQL DBA Test Manager IT Support .NET Web Java/J2EE Developer Developer Business Consultant Technical AnalystSenior Architect Business Intelligence Consultant Front-end Developer 2nd Line Support Senior Software Engineer Senior ProjectManager J2EE Developer Technical Leader Delivery Manager SAP Manager Analyst Developer Web Designer Oracle ConsultantDesktop Support Linux Adminstrator Account Manager Test Engineer Enterprise Architect Support Manager 3rd Line Support ProductManager Service Analyst Oracle DBA Support Consultant SharePoint Developer SQL Server Developer Business Intelligence(BI)Developer C# Web Developer Business Systems Analyst Oracle Developer Linux Systems Administrator Senior Web DeveloperBusiness Developer SQL Server DBA Technical Engineer Data Architect Software Manager C# Software Developer C++ SoftwareDeveloper Implementation Consultant Pre Sales Consultant Sales Consultant Systems Support Coordinator Development Team LeaderService Desk Analyst Network Support Infrastructure Engineer IT Consultant Data Manager Senior ASP.NET Developer UNIXAdministrator Support Specialist Application Manager Senior Software Developer Systems Developer Security Consultant SupportTeam leader PHP Web Developer IT Project Manager Helpdesk Support UI Developer Helpdesk Analyst Web Manager TechnicalProject manager Infrastructure Manager Server Support WinForms Developer Systems Manager 1st Line Support Banking BusinessAnalyst Service Delivery Manager Java Software engineer Senior SAP Consultant Web Analyst UNIX System Adminstrator TechnicalSupport Analyst Management Consultant Business Project Manager QA Analyst Lead Architect QA Engineer Senior C++ DeveloperJunior Analyst Senior PHP Developer Perl Developer Linux Engineer SAP Analyst Infrastructure Architect Developer Analyst ReleaseManager Financial Business Analyst Security Manager Virtualisation Consultant Technical Support Engineer Database DeveloperMicrosoft Consultant Investment Banking Business Analyst Server Engineer .NET Team Leader Business Intelligence (BI) AnalystFlex Developer Senior Programmer Security Analyst Operations Manager Flash Developer VB.NET/ASP.NET Developer AgileProject Manager Java Software Developer SAP Architect Security Engineer Java Team Leader Software Tester IT Manager MobileDeveloper Excel Developer Field Engineer SAP FI/CO Consultant Applications Architect Test Leader Trainer Change Manager JavaWeb Developer Network Manager Network Analyst CRM Consultant .NET Programmer C Developer Trainee Functional ConsultantSenior Support Analyst PRINCE 2 Project Manager Front-End Web Developer Agile Business Analyst C++ Software DeveloperTechnical Specialist Design Engineer Senior Designer Solutions Consultant SharePoint Consultant IT Support Analyst DataWarehouse (DWH) Developer Risk Analyst GUI Developer Information Architect Infrastructure Analyst JAVA Programmer SAP SDConsultant Technical Developer QA Manager Front Office Developer Quantitative DeveloperNetwork Support Engineer Software Consultant Java Architect Business Intelligence Manager Microsoft Developer www.e-asia.org
  12. 12. Economic Overview: Political Scenario: The GDP grows at Political risk low. 6%, inflation rate is high. The Government has launched exchange rate is Digital Bangladesh 2021 deteriorating. Export of goods is going up. The quality of Proliferation of use of IT in labor is weak. Government . Seeking foreign IT offshoring Bangladesh Social Factors Operating Costs The country has a reasonable Low operating costs but FDI talent. The population in the age is shy because of bracket 15-65 is high but the power, exchange rates, but English competency is poor and skilled personnel shortage these are not attracting investorseASIA2011 www.e-asia.org
  13. 13. Women’s economicempowerment lifecycle Leadership Entrepreneurship Employment Financial Security Income Readiness Adolescence ChildhoodInfancy eASIA2011 www.e-asia.org
  14. 14. Four Best Practices for achieving Gender Diversity1. Create transparency by implementing gender diversity KPIs2. Implement measures to facilitate the work-life balance Flexible working hours Career Flexibility3. Adapt human resource management process4. Help women master the dominant codes, nurture their ambition Mckinsey & Company eASIA2011 www.e-asia.org
  15. 15. McKinsey Study Names Barriers to Female AdvancementFirst , the familiar structural barriers include a lack of women rolemodels, exclusion from informal networks where connections aremade, and absence of sponsorship.Second, there are lifestyle issues -- concern about the 24/7executive lifestyle and travel requirements.Third barrier is the entrenched beliefs held by both men and womenthroughout management: "Everybody knows you cant put a womanin that particular slot." Or, "That job could never be done part time."Or, "If you promote a woman and she goes out on leave, we wontmake our numbers.Fourth barrier is individual mind-sets. As women age, their desire tomove to the next level dissipates faster than mens. eASIA2011 www.e-asia.org
  16. 16.  Connect  Empower  GrowEmpower Women to achieve successthrough Technology and drive change inthe Bangladesh technology industry andeconomy eASIA2011 www.e-asia.org

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