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ICT: The organization and Work Part 2

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ICT: The organization and Work Part 2

  1. 1. PART 2 DM 218 Information Technology Management Presented by: MARLON G. MENDEZ
  2. 2. ICTS AND EMPLOYMENT
  3. 3. ICTs are creating new jobs and making labor markets more innovative, inclusive, and global – World Bank study (THE WORLD BANK, 2013) THE WORLD BANK. (2013, September 10). ICTs are creating new jobs and making labor markets more innovative, inclusive, and global – World Bank study. Retrieved July 10, 2016, from THE WORLD BANK - News: http://www.worldbank.org/en/news/press-release/2013/09/10/icts-are-creating-new- jobs-and-making-labor-markets-more-innovative-inclusive-and-global-world-bank-study.print
  4. 4. Photo credit:georgetown.edu THE WORLD BANK. (2013, September 10). ICTs are creating new jobs and making labor markets more innovative, inclusive, and global – World Bank study. Retrieved July 10, 2016, from THE WORLD BANK - News: http://www.worldbank.org/en/news/press- release/2013/09/10/icts-are-creating-new-jobs-and-making-labor-markets-more- innovative-inclusive-and-global-world-bank-study.print “ICTs are influencing employment both as an industry that creates jobs and as a tool that empowers workers to access new forms of work, in new and more flexible ways,” said Chris Vein, World Bank Chief Innovation Officer for Global ICT Development. Chris Vein
  5. 5. THE WORLD BANK. (2013, September 10). ICTs are creating new jobs and making labor markets more innovative, inclusive, and global – World Bank study. Retrieved July 10, 2016, from THE WORLD BANK - News: http://www.worldbank.org/en/news/press- release/2013/09/10/icts-are-creating-new-jobs-and-making-labor-markets-more- innovative-inclusive-and-global-world-bank-study.print “The emerging ICT- enabled employment opportunities matter because countries around the world are looking to create more good jobs, which have positive economic and social implications for workers and for society.” Photo credit:georgetown.edu Chris Vein
  6. 6. The new policy note, “Connecting to Work: How Information and Communication Technologies Could Help Expand Employment Opportunities,” identifies three global drivers responsible for the increase in ICT-related jobs worldwide: THE WORLD BANK. (2013, September 10). ICTs are creating new jobs and making labor markets more innovative, inclusive, and global – World Bank study. Retrieved July 10, 2016, from THE WORLD BANK - News: http://www.worldbank.org/en/news/press-release/2013/09/10/icts-are-creating-new- jobs-and-making-labor-markets-more-innovative-inclusive-and-global-world-bank-study.print
  7. 7. 1. Greater connectivity more than 120 countries now have over 80 percent market penetration of mobile telephones THE WORLD BANK. (2013, September 10). ICTs are creating new jobs and making labor markets more innovative, inclusive, and global – World Bank study. Retrieved July 10, 2016, from THE WORLD BANK - News: http://www.worldbank.org/en/news/press-release/2013/09/10/icts-are-creating-new- jobs-and-making-labor-markets-more-innovative-inclusive-and-global-world-bank-study.print
  8. 8. Garcia, K., Arizabal, A., & Tuazon, D. (n.d.). A PROFILE OF INTERNET USERS IN THE PHILIPPINES.Retrieved July 13, 2016, from Rappler: http://www.rappler.com/brandrap/profile-internet-users-ph
  9. 9. 2. Digitization of more aspects of work today, telecommuting and outsourcing have become standard business practices globally THE WORLD BANK. (2013, September 10). ICTs are creating new jobs and making labor markets more innovative, inclusive, and global – World Bank study. Retrieved July 10, 2016, from THE WORLD BANK - News: http://www.worldbank.org/en/news/press-release/2013/09/10/icts-are-creating-new- jobs-and-making-labor-markets-more-innovative-inclusive-and-global-world-bank-study.print
  10. 10. 3. More globalized skills India and the Philippines have become major outsourcing hubs thanks to their English language skills, and other countries are targeting the sector for future growth. THE WORLD BANK. (2013, September 10). ICTs are creating new jobs and making labor markets more innovative, inclusive, and global – World Bank study. Retrieved July 10, 2016, from THE WORLD BANK - News: http://www.worldbank.org/en/news/press-release/2013/09/10/icts-are-creating-new- jobs-and-making-labor-markets-more-innovative-inclusive-and-global-world-bank-study.print
  11. 11. Top 10 BPO Companies in the Philippines 1. Accenture Inc. (P32.429 billion) 2. Convergys Philippines Services Corp. (P19.830 billion) 3. 24/7 Customer Philippines Inc. (P13.061 billion) 4. JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A.-Philippine Global Service Center (P11.789 billion) 5. Telephilippines Inc. (P8.722 billion) MST News. (2014, December 7). 45 mega BPOs PH biggest employers. Retrieved July 10, 2016, from Manila Standard Today: http://manilastandardtoday.com/news/-main-stories/top-stories/164961/45-mega-bpos-ph-biggest-employers.html (based on 2013 revenues)
  12. 12. Top 10 BPO Companies in the Philippines 6. Sutherland Global Services Philippines Inc. (P8.080 billion) 7. Hewlett-Packard AP (Hong Kong) Ltd. (P7.081 billion) 8. Stream International Global Services Philippines Inc. (P6.924 billion) 9. Teletech Offshore Investments B.V. (P6.590 billion) 10. IBM Daksh Business Process Services Philippines Inc. (P6.307 billion) MST News. (2014, December 7). 45 mega BPOs PH biggest employers. Retrieved July 10, 2016, from Manila Standard Today: http://manilastandardtoday.com/news/-main-stories/top-stories/164961/45-mega-bpos-ph-biggest-employers.html (based on 2013 revenues)
  13. 13. The Information Technology and Business Process Management (IT-BPM) industry has grown to be the second largest source of dollar income for the Philippine economy, according to the Information Technology and Business Process Association of the Philippines (IBPAP). In 2015, the industry generated 1.2 million direct jobs and US$ 22 billion in revenues (INQUIRER.NET, 2016). INQUIRER.NET.(2016, April 18). IT-BPO industry grows as second largest source of income for PH. Retrieved July 10, 2016, from INQUIRER.NET- BUSINESS:http://business.inquirer.net/209531/bpo-industry-grows-second-largest-source-income-ph
  14. 14. The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) also revealed that “should current growth rates continue, the IT-BPM industry will overtake Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) remittances by 2017”, proving that Filipinos do not need to leave the country to provide for their families with millions of BPO jobs available in the Philippines (INQUIRER.NET, 2016). INQUIRER.NET.(2016, April 18). IT-BPO industry grows as second largest source of income for PH. Retrieved July 10, 2016, from INQUIRER.NET- BUSINESS:http://business.inquirer.net/209531/bpo-industry-grows-second-largest-source-income-ph
  15. 15. ICTs connect people to jobs. Online employment marketplaces are helping an estimated 12 million people worldwide find work by connecting them with employers globally. THE WORLD BANK. (2013, September 10). ICTs are creating new jobs and making labor markets more innovative, inclusive, and global – World Bank study. Retrieved July 10, 2016, from THE WORLD BANK - News: http://www.worldbank.org/en/news/press-release/2013/09/10/icts-are-creating-new- jobs-and-making-labor-markets-more-innovative-inclusive-and-global-world-bank-study.print
  16. 16. http://philjobnet.gov.ph/ Job sites in the Philippines
  17. 17. The Philippine Government's Job Matching and Labor Market Information Portal. Is an internet-based job and applicant matching system which aims to fast track the jobseeker's search for jobs and the employer's search for manpower. This is a facility of the Department of Labor and Employment with centralized database maintained by the Bureau of Local Employment. http://philjobnet.gov.ph/about-us
  18. 18. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MKGxvqciEEk
  19. 19. http://www.jobstreet.com.ph Job sites in the Philippines
  20. 20. Is an online job seeking (site) founded in Malaysia in 1997, JobStreet.com now has a team of 800 talented individuals. Their vision is to connect businesses with talent and improve lives through better careers. They are one of Asia’s leading online employment marketplaces. Helping facilitate the matching and communication of job opportunities between jobseekers and employers, in Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Indonesia and Vietnam. They claimed that they are the no.1 job site in the Philippines. http://www.jobstreet.com.ph/en/about-us/
  21. 21. https://www.kalibrr.com/ Job sites in the Philippines
  22. 22. https://www.kalibrr.com/ Job sites in the Philippines
  23. 23. Is an online job seeking (site) with a mission “Transform the way candidates find jobs and companies hire talent”. Founded by Paul Rivera (Founder and CEO), Dexter Ligot- Gordon (Founder and COO) and Danny Castonguay (Founder and CTO Emeritus). https://www.kalibrr.com/about?user_ref=www.google.com.ph_organic_null_path
  24. 24. ICTs also support innovation that has created new, more flexible forms of employment and work: ONLINE CONTRACTING uses ICT to increase access to work opportunities worldwide, mainly for smaller employers. Popular services include oDesk and Elance. In 2012, about 2.5 million jobs were posted on these services, for tasks ranging from writing to customer service to software development. (The World Bank, 2013) Elance and oDesk merged on December 2013 and formed Upwork. (Wikipedia, 2016) THE WORLD BANK. (2013, September 10). ICTs are creating new jobs and making labor markets more innovative, inclusive, and global – World Bank study. Retrieved July 10, 2016, from THE WORLD BANK - News: http://www.worldbank.org/en/news/press-release/2013/09/10/icts-are-creating-new- jobs-and-making-labor-markets-more-innovative-inclusive-and-global-world-bank-study.print
  25. 25. UPWORK www.upwork.com Upwork was formed 18 months after Elance and oDesk announced their merger on December 18, 2013 to create Elance-oDesk, an online workplace with a combined total 8 million registered users.[7] oDesk was founded in 2003[8] by Odysseas Tsatalos and Stratis Karamanlakis.[9] Elance was founded in 1999 by Beerud Sheth and Srini Anumolu.[10] With the launch of Upwork, the oDesk platform was upgraded and rebranded and the company announced that the Elance platform will be phased out within a couple of years, resulting in a single freelance marketplace. (Wikipedia, 2016) Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. (2016, July 8). Upwork. Retrieved July 11, 2016, from Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Upwork
  26. 26. ICTs create opportunities, but also pose new challenges for workers and employers. By enabling new forms of work, ICT also changes the structure of jobs, the way people develop their career, and the way they work. Many ICT-enabled jobs are temporary or contract-based, for example, leading to a separation of work from social safety nets such as health insurance or pensions. But, for young people especially, they offer a way into more formal careers, as well as providing a supplementary income. THE WORLD BANK. (2013, September 10). ICTs are creating new jobs and making labor markets more innovative, inclusive, and global – World Bank study. Retrieved July 10, 2016, from THE WORLD BANK - News: http://www.worldbank.org/en/news/press-release/2013/09/10/icts-are-creating-new- jobs-and-making-labor-markets-more-innovative-inclusive-and-global-world-bank-study.print
  27. 27. THE WORLD BANK. (2013, September 10). ICTs are creating new jobs and making labor markets more innovative, inclusive, and global – World Bank study. Retrieved July 10, 2016, from THE WORLD BANK - News: http://www.worldbank.org/en/news/press-release/2013/09/10/icts-are-creating-new- jobs-and-making-labor-markets-more-innovative-inclusive-and-global-world-bank-study.print To maximize the positive impact of ICTs on employment, policymakers is recommended to pay attention to five enabling systems, adapting the mix as needed to the country context: HUMAN CAPITAL SYSTEMS: A labor pool with appropriate ICT skills, and the awareness and soft skills that give competitive advantage in the labor market.
  28. 28. THE WORLD BANK. (2013, September 10). ICTs are creating new jobs and making labor markets more innovative, inclusive, and global – World Bank study. Retrieved July 10, 2016, from THE WORLD BANK - News: http://www.worldbank.org/en/news/press-release/2013/09/10/icts-are-creating-new- jobs-and-making-labor-markets-more-innovative-inclusive-and-global-world-bank-study.print five enabling systems (continued): INFRASTRUCTURE SYSTEMS: Ubiquitous connectivity to ICT; access to electricity and transport; infrastructure to support innovation and adoption of technology by SMEs.
  29. 29. THE WORLD BANK. (2013, September 10). ICTs are creating new jobs and making labor markets more innovative, inclusive, and global – World Bank study. Retrieved July 10, 2016, from THE WORLD BANK - News: http://www.worldbank.org/en/news/press-release/2013/09/10/icts-are-creating-new- jobs-and-making-labor-markets-more-innovative-inclusive-and-global-world-bank-study.print five enabling systems (continued): SOCIAL SYSTEMS: Networks of trust and recognition for workers and employers, social safety nets, and measures to minimize possible negative outcomes of ICT-enabled employment.
  30. 30. THE WORLD BANK. (2013, September 10). ICTs are creating new jobs and making labor markets more innovative, inclusive, and global – World Bank study. Retrieved July 10, 2016, from THE WORLD BANK - News: http://www.worldbank.org/en/news/press-release/2013/09/10/icts-are-creating-new- jobs-and-making-labor-markets-more-innovative-inclusive-and-global-world-bank-study.print five enabling systems (continued): FINANCIAL SYSTEMS: Efficient and accountable systems to ensure timely payments; and access to finance to support innovation and entrepreneurship.
  31. 31. THE WORLD BANK. (2013, September 10). ICTs are creating new jobs and making labor markets more innovative, inclusive, and global – World Bank study. Retrieved July 10, 2016, from THE WORLD BANK - News: http://www.worldbank.org/en/news/press-release/2013/09/10/icts-are-creating-new- jobs-and-making-labor-markets-more-innovative-inclusive-and-global-world-bank-study.print five enabling systems (continued): REGULATORY SYSTEMS: An enabling environment that creates employment opportunities and increases labor market flexibility while protecting the rights of workers.
  32. 32. • INQUIRER.NET. (2016, April 18). IT-BPO industry grows as second largest source of income for PH. Retrieved July 10, 2016, from INQUIRER.NET-BUSINESS: http://business.inquirer.net/209531/bpo-industry-grows-second-largest-source-income- ph • MST News. (2014, December 7). 45 mega BPOs PH biggest employers. Retrieved July 10, 2016, from Manila Standard Today: http://manilastandardtoday.com/news/-main- stories/top-stories/164961/45-mega-bpos-ph-biggest-employers.html • THE WORLD BANK. (2013, September 10). ICTs are creating new jobs and making labor markets more innovative, inclusive, and global – World Bank study. Retrieved July 10, 2016, from THE WORLD BANK - News: http://www.worldbank.org/en/news/press- release/2013/09/10/icts-are-creating-new-jobs-and-making-labor-markets-more- innovative-inclusive-and-global-world-bank-study.print • Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. (2016, July 8). Upwork. Retrieved July 11, 2016, from Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Upwork
  33. 33. PART 2 DM 218 Information Technology Management Presented by: MARLON G. MENDEZ July 16, 2016 THANK YOU!

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