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Stephen Ibaraki FCIPS, ISP, ITCP, IP3P, MVP, DFNPA, CNP – sibaraki@cips.caIndustry Analyst: Computing Canada, IT Leadershi...
   Main:    Current State of IT: Industry, IT and Career Trends   Ending Overview:    IT Associations and Groups—    Sol...
Personal                                                               Financial Info          Hobbies                    ...
Technology             Regulatory                 Change               Compliance                                         ...
Veterans                                                         Company loyalty(b. 1922 to 1945)Baby Boomers             ...
Blogs          CollaborationFeedback & Filtering                                          Discussion Forum                ...
   Grassroots innovation/co-creation: outsourcing innovation   Value extraction through interaction: social platforms  ...
2015:                           4B +                2011: 2B                           ~ 60%                           6.6...
Generation Y                                                             Mass Collaboration         Moore’s Law and Maslow...
2015, 70%                          Versatilists              2013, 60%              “Business              Facing”Speciali...
Business/Core Industry                                Attitude                                     Career                 ...
   McFarlane: IT  Organization:        Operational/strategic; Risk; Competitive position       Harris/Decima survey: Ma...
78% in favour                          Business/Tech                                  Career                              ...
Professional Development        Infrastructure Support      Professional Societal                                         ...
2009: International                           IT Profession /                            Certification                    ...
Bernard Courtois, CEO of ITAC: ITAC employs more than 70%  of the IT workforce in Canada and accounts for 140B in  revenue...
GITCA (Global IT Community Association) is the worlds largest  international IT organization… Supports IFIP IP3  “The IFIP...
Canada’s Rankings Falling   OECD—9th (From What?)      Economist Intelligence Unit—13th         WEF—11th (in one year)    ...
   5 year trend: 4%   Canada: overall increase   Economy growing in 2010Source: ICTC; ITAC; OECD; IDC; Forrester; Citi;...
X 1.75             Wage +                               =             Value                              ~$120k           ...
   126 to 178K demand—next 8 years:     63% from retirements     BC to Sask: Labour shortage and Skill shortage     60...
Role                       Salary                    % Increase for 2008App Dev Manager            87,000-110,750         ...
Major (popularity ranking)   Salary: < 5 yrs exp.   Salary: 10-20 yrs exp.2009 : 6.2% increase in CSComputers (10)        ...
   .NET/C#, Open Source, Java   Web development, Database, Messaging   Web 2.0, Wireless/Mobile, Security, Gaming   CI...
 “Ignite Your Career: Industry Insights”   http://blogs.technet.com/cdnitmanagers/archive/2007/11/22/it-   industry-resou...
 Ensemble—one portal for all computing education:  http://www.computingportal.org/ ICTC FIT (Focus on IT):  http://www.i...
 CIPS/MS Academic forums and  Ignite Your Career Webcasts  http://technet.microsoft.com/en-ca/cc837417.aspx IT Manager C...
Expanding accreditation of educational institutionsActive speaking programSpecial Student membership and scholarshipsW...
   Co-leading IFIP IP3: Global Certification Standards   Co-leading Seoul Accord: Global Education Standards   Only leg...
Professor Emeritus University of Toronto (UT):            C.M., M.A., PhD. (UT), D. Math. (UW), D. Eng. (Technical        ...
   World’s largest alliance of IT associations/groups   No fee for membership   No charge services: Sharepoint, LiveMee...
 Independent Experts: volunteers 1 in 1.7 million is an MVP Global MVP Awardees:    https://mvp.support.microsoft.com/c...
Co-author, XNA Game Studio Creators Guide           Beacon for Faculty Teaching Gaming:           pmcgee@shaw.ca   Noted ...
International Technology Experts:           glesperance@conamex.com           genevieve@geninc.tv   Elisabeth: Global Cha...
   Team Ranked No.1 in the world   One Stop--Academic resources:    http://blogs.msdn.com/cdndevs/pages/microsoft-academ...
Connecting Consumer Questions with http://answers.microsoft.com                                Answers        Powered by t...
Students in Canada--over 16,000 enrolledContact: Joanne Wong joawong@cisco.com http://cisco.netacad.netInterview: http://s...
Dame Wendy Hall, DBE, FREng                President ACM                http://www.acm.org/   World’s largest educational...
   500 e-books: Books24x7   Thousands of e-courses   Digital Library (all ACM publications)   Subscriptions   Award S...
 The worlds largest membership organization  for computing professionals We hold hundreds of conferences, publish 26  pe...
Michael Williams: BSc, PhD, DSc              World-Renowned Computing Pioneer;              Past-President (2007)         ...
   sibaraki@cips.ca   604.812.5717   PowerPoints: http://www.stephenibaraki.com/ces/   Draw for Bursaries (CIPS, GITCA...
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  1. 1. Stephen Ibaraki FCIPS, ISP, ITCP, IP3P, MVP, DFNPA, CNP – sibaraki@cips.caIndustry Analyst: Computing Canada, IT Leadership Lifetime Achievement Award (only recipient)CIPS Fellow (FCIPS), NPA Distinguished Fellow (DFNPA)2008 Advanced Technology Award for Leadership in IT (ASTTBC)IS Professional (ISP), IT Certified Professional (ITCP/IFIP IP3P), Certified Network Professional (CNP),Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP)McKinsey Advisor; 2006/7/8 Member Institute of Corporate Directors ( ICD: Corporate Governance College)CIPS: Past Chairman National Board and Executive Committee, National President: www.CIPS.caPast Chairman Global Board GITCA (formerly Culminis): www.GITCA.org ; Board Director NPA: www.NPA.orgwww.StephenIbaraki.com : 604.812.5717
  2. 2.  Main: Current State of IT: Industry, IT and Career Trends Ending Overview: IT Associations and Groups— Solutions and Resources Prizes, Q & A – Starting a dialogue
  3. 3. Personal Financial Info Hobbies Music Memories Banking Brokerage Broadband Cell News WiFi Calendar School Financial School TVCommunity E-Mail IM Sched Family E-Gov Medical Tax RSS Info E-Mail Memories Shopping Home Security Sports VOIP WiFi LAN Cell Standings Work-at-Home Benefits Corp Apps Conferencing Corp Personal Archives Meeting Records Training Production Records Data Professional Source: The Client Computing Scenario: An End-User Revolution Approaches, Gartner, Steve Kleynhans, Delivered at Gartner Fall Symposium 2005
  4. 4. Technology Regulatory Change Compliance SecurityBusiness Results & New Value Keep Business End User Up & RunningProductivity Client Cost Connection Reduction Competition
  5. 5. Veterans Company loyalty(b. 1922 to 1945)Baby Boomers Financial success(b. 1946 to 1964) ~ 3m, 1 in 5Generation X Strongly independent(b. 1965 to 1981) Gen X&Y ~ 71 %Millennials – Gen Y Personalized work(b. 1982 to 2001)(b. 1994 Gen I – online) *Richer User Experience off-workResource: http://www.stephenibaraki.com/cips/v87/m_furdyk_podcast.htmlSource: “Get Ready: The Millennials Are Coming!”, Forrester Research, Inc., September 2005
  6. 6. Blogs CollaborationFeedback & Filtering Discussion Forum User Social Generated Networking Content Source: Sean O’Driscoll
  7. 7.  Grassroots innovation/co-creation: outsourcing innovation Value extraction through interaction: social platforms Increased automation: organization ecosystem Providing access to internal technology: outside boundaries Resource:  http://www.stephenibaraki.com/cips/v87/d_tapscott_podcast.html  http://www.stephenibaraki.com/cips/v127/s_odriscoll_podcast.html
  8. 8. 2015: 4B + 2011: 2B ~ 60% 6.62009: degrees1.5B Internet Users4B Mobile Phones
  9. 9. Generation Y Mass Collaboration Moore’s Law and Maslow Ubiquitous ConnectivitySource: Sean O’Driscoll http://communitygrouptherapy.com/2007/12/15/podcast-on-social-media-communities-and-influencers
  10. 10. 2015, 70% Versatilists 2013, 60% “Business Facing”Specialistsdrops 40%
  11. 11. Business/Core Industry Attitude Career Growth Interpersonal: Technical competencies PM, CRM, Comm.Resource: ICTC FIT (Focus on IT program for high school) &http://blogs.technet.com/cdnitmanagers/archive/2007/11/22/it-industry-resources.aspx
  12. 12.  McFarlane: IT  Organization: Operational/strategic; Risk; Competitive position  Harris/Decima survey: Majority  IT essential to success: 81 % large , 78 % medium, 53 % small  Improves productivity: 77 % , 69% , 60%  IT or ICT (Information Communication Technology) Sector Impact:  32, 0000 firms & $149 B revenueResource:http://www.microsoft.com/technet/technetmag/issues/2007/05/BusinessofIT/default.aspx
  13. 13. 78% in favour Business/Tech Career Growth Work Experience Moving to Next Steps ValuedResource: ICTC Pathway to Recognition (PTR)
  14. 14. Professional Development Infrastructure Support Professional Societal Influences Initial Professional Accreditation Education Skills Development Professional Society: Identity Credentials Certification Code of Ethics BOK (BODY OF KNOWLEDGE) Professional Professional Development SOP (STANDARDS Status OF PRACTICE) Based on A Mature ProfessionResource:http://blogs.technet.com/cdnitmanagers/archive/2008/04/23/professionalizing-the-profession.aspx
  15. 15. 2009: International IT Profession / Certification based on common standardsBEFORE: AFTER: Profession No consistency • Global standards • Professionalism/Trust/Ethics Poor perception Stronger voice/Common-ID Geek / Pirate? • Engineer /Executive? Technical features • Business solutions Job • Career + Mobility Note: US Fed Acquisition Regulation Dec 2007: requires code of ethics Resource: http://www.ipthree.org
  16. 16. Bernard Courtois, CEO of ITAC: ITAC employs more than 70% of the IT workforce in Canada and accounts for 140B in revenue….Supports IFIP IP3 "....I think this global initiative fits quite naturally and quite well with the whole skills issue that we discussed earlier. That is, we need the mobility of professionals and we need professionals with recognized advanced degrees of skills so this initiative fits on both fronts. Its also a natural for Canada as an open society and an advanced technological nation. We very often have a role on the international scene of facilitating things like this because we are able to bring people together and help understanding across different mindsets.....Im very happy to see that and that CIPS is involved in it...." Resource: http://ipthree.org/
  17. 17. GITCA (Global IT Community Association) is the worlds largest international IT organization… Supports IFIP IP3 “The IFIP IP3 program is the next step in the natural evolution of the industry and profession. IP3 stands as a foundation for IT workers, very much aligned with [GITCA] Culminis principles, ensuring career growth plus global recognition of IT professional value. Global mobility and international standards within a framework of ethical conduct, demonstrated professional development and recognized professional certification are the hall marks for an enabled IT professional and profession. This is the IFIP IP3 initiative.”Added Endorsements Worldwide:http://ipthree.org/
  18. 18. Canada’s Rankings Falling OECD—9th (From What?) Economist Intelligence Unit—13th WEF—11th (in one year) ICT Adoption Rates—Productivity
  19. 19.  5 year trend: 4% Canada: overall increase Economy growing in 2010Source: ICTC; ITAC; OECD; IDC; Forrester; Citi; IMF; Gartner; MS
  20. 20. X 1.75 Wage + = Value ~$120k CDN GDP = - $21B (Skills shortage)~120k yearly average contribution to economy per IT worker~21B yearly impact on CDN GDP—not filling skills shortage * Based on Conference Board of Canada, ICTC estimates
  21. 21.  126 to 178K demand—next 8 years:  63% from retirements  BC to Sask: Labour shortage and Skill shortage  600K+:~ 94% full; 81% > 1 year; unemp 2% < ½ nat.; 91% <=40 hrs Beginning 2002:  Up to 64% decline enrolments from peak  2010: 90% of world’s engineers/scientists in ??? Source: ICTC, MS Research, Media
  22. 22. Role Salary % Increase for 2008App Dev Manager 87,000-110,750 7.6Messaging Administrator 51,000-65,750 6.1Project Managers 77,250-113,750 6.7Network Architects 75,000-101,750 5.8Software Developers 55,000-82,250 5.6Tier 1 Help Desk 32,000-41,750 4.6Business System Analysts 64,000-87,500 4.5Entry Developer 50,000-60,000Entry Dev + 2 yrs (Vanc) 57,000-88,000All 3.7 Source: Robert Half 2008 Salary Guide**Note: Outsourcing Mid-size > Large corps. Only 12 % IT World Canada IT Job Market and Salary Survey: Average base salary 2007 80,329 vs. 77,529 in 2006 Other data for 2008: Base 78,087; Raise 4,592; Years 13.7 M/F 3:1
  23. 23. Major (popularity ranking) Salary: < 5 yrs exp. Salary: 10-20 yrs exp.2009 : 6.2% increase in CSComputers (10) 55,900 95,500Nursing (3) 54,200 67,000Economics (7) 50,100 98,600Business (1) 43,000 72,100Political Science (9) 40,800 78,200Biology (4) 38,800 64,800Communications (8) 38,100 70,000English (6) 38,000 64,700Psychology (2) 35,900 60,400Education (5) 34,900 52,000Note: Median Salaries In IT ~ 50% degree (s) Source: August 2008 Time: Payscale & Princeton Review & ICTC
  24. 24.  .NET/C#, Open Source, Java Web development, Database, Messaging Web 2.0, Wireless/Mobile, Security, Gaming CIO survey: Windows, Networks, Database Placements by Networking & Referrals: less  job ads, boards Majority HR managers – IT top priority Downplay Technical  Business = New job titles with business slant  Commoditization, Gen-Y, Background, All Bus. Depts.
  25. 25.  “Ignite Your Career: Industry Insights” http://blogs.technet.com/cdnitmanagers/archive/2007/11/22/it- industry-resources.aspx Interviews with 400+ IT Experts: http://www.stephenibaraki.com/cips/cips_interviewslist.html (see Maria Klawe, Eileen Brown, Lynn Langit) Why Choose Computing? http://www.cs.washington.edu/WhyCSE E-Skills--Global Skills Trends Information: www.e-skills.com/newsdigest World Skills Competition: http://www.worldskills2009.com/index.cfm
  26. 26.  Ensemble—one portal for all computing education: http://www.computingportal.org/ ICTC FIT (Focus on IT): http://www.ictc-ctic.ca/en/Content.aspx?id=150 Debbie Vance debvance@telus.net 403.991.0749 Alice & Scratch (teaching computing graphically): http://www.alice.org/ http://scratch.mit.edu/ Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF): http://www.societyforscience.org/ISEF/ Northern Collaborative IT Program: http://www.northernit.ca/NCIT.htm Dave O`Leary DOLeary@nwcc.bc.ca
  27. 27.  CIPS/MS Academic forums and Ignite Your Career Webcasts http://technet.microsoft.com/en-ca/cc837417.aspx IT Manager Connections Blog http://blogs.technet.com/cdnitmanagers/ Canadian Coalition for Tomorrow’s ICT Skills http://www.ccict.ca/ ICTC Pathway to Recognition http://www.ictc-ctic.ca/en/content.aspx?id=1312
  28. 28. Expanding accreditation of educational institutionsActive speaking programSpecial Student membership and scholarshipsWorking with under-represented groups: CLL, CFS, WITResource link:http://blogs.technet.com/cdnitmanagers/archive/2008/01/04/the-value-of-networking-through-cips.aspx
  29. 29.  Co-leading IFIP IP3: Global Certification Standards Co-leading Seoul Accord: Global Education Standards Only legislated IT Professional Designation: ISP or Information Systems Professional & ITCP or IT Certified Professional Contact: Gina Van Dalen, gina@cips.ca, www.cips.ca, 1-905-486-1079
  30. 30. Professor Emeritus University of Toronto (UT): C.M., M.A., PhD. (UT), D. Math. (UW), D. Eng. (Technical University of NS), Fellow (ACM, BCS, CIPS, Royal Society of Canada) Computing pioneer: laid the foundation of an entire worldwide industry, educational programs, and profession Interview: http://blogs.technet.com/cdnitmanagers/archive/2006/09/29/459971.aspx * Giving out $500 Bursaries named after Kelly
  31. 31.  World’s largest alliance of IT associations/groups No fee for membership No charge services: Sharepoint, LiveMeeting, … CIPS is a member since 2005 * Schools or Teachers or Student IT Groups signup here: http://www.GITCA.org * Giving out $500 Bursary today
  32. 32.  Independent Experts: volunteers 1 in 1.7 million is an MVP Global MVP Awardees: https://mvp.support.microsoft.com/communities/mvp.aspx Looking for Speakers/Advisors? Need help, contact: Canadian MVP Leads Simran Chaudhry: v-simch@microsoft.com Ljupco Grmaskoski : v-ljupg@microsoft.com * Giving out donated Prizes
  33. 33. Co-author, XNA Game Studio Creators Guide Beacon for Faculty Teaching Gaming: pmcgee@shaw.ca Noted gaming and development authority who is actively teaching this technology at BCIT--Interview: http://stephenibaraki.com/cips/v118/pat_mcgee_podcast.html Book code: http://www.gamedeveloperonline.com/upgrade/Version2.0.zip Course Notes and Resources: http://www.gamedeveloperonline.com/course/XNACourseNot es.zip * Volunteering to be a Resource to Teachers on Gaming
  34. 34. International Technology Experts: glesperance@conamex.com genevieve@geninc.tv Elisabeth: Global Chair, Company Co-founder, MVP (2007-9) Gen: MCP at 15, MCTS at 16 International authorities on Collaboration, Driving Passion for IT through http://geninc.tv/ Interview: http://stephenibaraki.com/cips/v109/vanderveldt_l_esperance. html * Share your school & student stories
  35. 35.  Team Ranked No.1 in the world One Stop--Academic resources: http://blogs.msdn.com/cdndevs/pages/microsoft-academic-resources.aspx Director John Oxley: John.Oxley@microsoft.com Interview: http://stephenibaraki.com/cips/v109/john_oxley.html Looking for Speakers, Advisors ? Need help, contact: Canadian Leads Christian Beauclair: Christian.Beauclair@microsoft.com John Bristowe: John.Bristowe@microsoft.com Rick Claus: Rick.Claus@microsoft.com * Giving out donated Prizes
  36. 36. Connecting Consumer Questions with http://answers.microsoft.com Answers Powered by the community… Backed by Microsoft SupportEngineers Why Join the Community at Microsoft Answers? • Gain visibility in the community, • Get started from the beginning with the offical consumer site from Microsoft Worldwide Access: • Only for consumer technologies • Covering 10 languages worldwide Product Coverage: • Windows XP/Vista/7 • English (September 28, 2009) • Worldwide (October 19, 2009) • Office (est. launch January 2010)
  37. 37. Students in Canada--over 16,000 enrolledContact: Joanne Wong joawong@cisco.com http://cisco.netacad.netInterview: http://stephenibaraki.com/cips/v89/joanne_wong.html * Donated Prizes Active* students In Canada 16,450 231 Cisco Academies Active Academies Secondary 119 Schools Community 105 9 Colleges NT Universities 7 108 TOTAL 231 1,710 NL BC 920 1,146 MB 3,734 36 AB 495 SK 7,241 QC PEI ON 352 NB 699 *Distinct count of students that were in a class for at least one day within NS the past 12 months. Source: QuarterlyMetricsOct08.xls AcademyBriefingBookDetails_10.31.08.xls
  38. 38. Dame Wendy Hall, DBE, FREng President ACM http://www.acm.org/ World’s largest educational and scientific computing society Interview Dame Wendy Hall: http://www.stephenibaraki.com/cips/v19/dame_wendy_hall.html Interview Barbara Liskov – Turing Award Winner: http://stephenibaraki.com/cips/v39/barbara_liskov_podcast.html Interview Maria Klawe – President HMC, MS Board: http://stephenibaraki.com/cips/v99/maria_klawe09.html
  39. 39.  500 e-books: Books24x7 Thousands of e-courses Digital Library (all ACM publications) Subscriptions Award Summary and how to redeem: http://www.acm.org/membership/ITdeansummit * You pick the deserving student: 1 per school – first 400 receive award * To redeem award: Contact Cindy Ryan ryanc@acm.org, 1.212.626.0510
  40. 40.  The worlds largest membership organization for computing professionals We hold hundreds of conferences, publish 26 peer-reviewed periodicals, and sponsor dozens of the worlds technology standards. Our certification, training, curricula, and accreditation activities meet the demand for a highly qualified global workforce http://www.computer.org/
  41. 41. Michael Williams: BSc, PhD, DSc World-Renowned Computing Pioneer; Past-President (2007) IEEE Computer Society Interview: http://stephenibaraki.com/cips/v88/michael_williams_podcast.html
  42. 42.  sibaraki@cips.ca 604.812.5717 PowerPoints: http://www.stephenibaraki.com/ces/ Draw for Bursaries (CIPS, GITCA): Redeem by sending e-mail to me Draw for fun prizes (MVP, MS, CISCO): Redeem by coming up during the break

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