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1 Centro de Estrategia y Competitividad Martha C. Rodríguez D. Director Centre for Strategy and Competitiveness School of Management Universidad de los Andes III Conference ACORN-Redecom Mexico, D.F. September 5, 2009 The process

2 There is a direct and positive relationship between ICT and competitiveness……

3 3 Colombia’s position in the Networked Readiness Index (NRI) Source: World Economic Forum – Global Technology reports (several years) Percentage of countries with better ranking than Colombia

4 COUNTRY RANKING NRI Chile34 México58 Brasil59 Costa Rica60 Panamá64 Uruguay65 El Salvador66 Colombia69 Rep. Dominicana75 Argentina COUNTRY RANKING NRI Chile39 (-5) Costa Rica56 Brasil59 Colombia 64 (+5) Uruguay65 Panamá66 México67 Rep. Dominicana75 El Salvador78 Trinidad y Tobago81 Colombia’s position in the Networked Readiness Index (NRI)

5 B. Education and training A. Access to the Infrastructure F. e-government E. Content C. Businesses on line D. Promotion of the foreign direct investment In the IT industry 2000 year strategy

6 6 Colombia must define a road map for the medium and long terms, to allow ICT to contribute to the transformation of the social, economic and political life of the country July 2007 The President announces the ICT National Plan July – November 2007 First phase: Participative process trough meetings with groups of different sectors and regions Bogotá, Medellin, Cali, Barranquilla and Bucaramanga Virtual forum where all the citizens could participate February 2008 ICT National Plan document February – April 2008 Second phase: Participative process using Internet. More than 13,000 visits to the Website More than 1,500 people downloaded the ICT Plan May 2008 ICT National Plan official presentation to the country 2007 year strategy

7 7 Who built it? Who built it? … Coordinator Group Advisory group of national experts Public agencies partners in the ICTNP initiative Since April, 2007 until today … More than 25 sector meetings in (Bogotá, Medellín, Cali, Barranquilla y Bucaramanga) From July 2007 until November 2007… 34,548 Colombians since April 09, 2008 until today…

8 Advisory group of national experts 10 Colombian experts with different profiles, some of the working in Colombia and some abroad Minister of Communications, Deputy Minister of Communications and their very high staff Director of the e-government Program Coordination by the Universidad de los Andes Logistic support by the Corporación Colombia Digital Education group of experts 7 experts in education Coordination by the Universidad de los Andes Two groups of experts in the building process

9 9 Several meetings with private and public sectors to coordinate and align the Plan with: Colombia 2019 Vision National Development Plan National Competitiveness Strategy National Science and Technology Plan Strategic Program for the use of ICT in Education Today, 32 indicators of the National Competitiveness Strategy Comes from the ICT National Plan Alignment with national strategy

10 10 To make a leap forward in social inclusion and competitiveness of the country through the use and appropriation of ICT, in everyday life as well as in productive uses of citizens, companies, the academy and the Government. Mission ICT National Plan

11 11 Transversal and Vertical Action Lines

12 Members Ministers of Communications, Education, Social Affairs and Trade, Industry and Tourism President of the Juridical National Council Director of the National Planning Department Director of National Science Department National Advisor for Competitiveness (Presidency of the country) President of Private Council for Competitiveness 2 presidents of the Regional Competitiveness Councils President of one public and one private university 2 international advisors 2 representatives of the ICT industry Responsibilities To assure continuity and fulfillment of the mission and vision Coordination between national and regional levels, public, private, academy and scientific sectors To establish policies and guidelines for the Plan and for the public – private partnerships Strategic planning To promote the plan To support the fund rising process Advisory Board (2 meetings in the year)

13 Members Ministers of Communications, Education, Social Affairs and Trade, Industry and Tourism President of the Juridical National Council Director of the National Planning Department Director of National Science Department National Advisor for Competitiveness (Presidency of the country) President of Private Council for Competitiveness 2 presidents of the Regional Competitiveness Councils President of one public and one private university 2 international advisors 2 representatives of the ICT industry Responsibilities: To assure continuity and fulfillment of the mission and vision Coordination between national and regional levels, public, private, academy and scientific sectors To establish policies and guidelines for the Plan and for the public – private partnerships Strategic planning To promote the plan To support the fund rising process Advisory Board (2 meetings in the year) Director of the ICT National Plan in the Ministry of Communications

14 All the programs in execution with good results Defining the monitoring system of the (Plan Methodology: Balanced Score Card)  Strategic map of the ICT National Plan and of action lines  Control tables with objectives, programs, indicators, goals and institution in charge Where are we today

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16 Lessons learned with the process First adjustment of the ICT National Plan with the participation of the leaders of different programs Appropriation by the leaders of the programs They found that they are doing much more than they promised at the beginning, in terms of ICT infrastructure, incentive and training of human resources, creating contents and developing more effective processes supported with ICT They undertook together the alignment of indicators to obtain and realize on the importance of cross sectors support to fulfill the objectives and reach the goals They realize that together they can obtain much more than with the sum of their parts

17 The process Martha C. Rodríguez D. Director Centre for Strategy and Competitiveness


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