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© CPA Geo-Information 2008 OECD/German Workshop Advancing innovation: human resources, education and training Dr.-Ing. Christoph Averdung firstname.lastname@example.org@supportgis.de
CPA Geo-Information Company profile: - Founded in 1993 - Ambition: software development based on my PhD thesis - Place of business: Siegburg / Sankt Augustin (NRW) - Research and development for different kinds of tasks: 3D-City- and landscape models municipality administrations Real estate regulation Editing military geodata Land register management © CPA Geo-Information 2008
Scope of business... … primarily specialized in applications inside the the market segment of Geoinformation - and their realisation! © CPA Geo-Information 2008
CPA Geo-Information Staff members: - Graduates from national universities and universities of applied science - Number of employees: 16 (11 ♂ / 5 ♀ ) - Tertiary education: Graduate geodesist (university) (5) Graduate information scientist (university) (2) Graduate geographer (university) (3) Graduate survey engineer (university of a.s.) (3) Graduate information scientist (university of a.s.) (1) Graduate cartographer (university of a.s.) (1) State certified IT assistant (1) © CPA Geo-Information 2008
CPA Geo-Information Management qualification: - Founder and Owner of the company: Doctor‘s degree and postdoctoral lecture qualification venia legendi (geoinformation und cartography) private lecturer (University of Bonn) - Executive management 2 employees with doctor‘s degree supported by the company - Project management and head of software development 2 employees with doctor‘s degree supported by the company - The primary objects are … promotion of career by external education measures having intensive contact to universities … to continue education and training and to recruit new academical staff © CPA Geo-Information 2008
CPA Geo-Information Factors of Success - Essential demands on the employees: well educated self-acting without supervision creativity and motivation - Education and advanced training: tasks are highly specialized projects are often unique – job training is necessary at the most only specification of general conditions development of innovative solutions – therefore „right to mistake“ employee is free for individual research In the future: individual of-the-job training - Result: Highly qualified employees with a high market potential © CPA Geo-Information 2008
Summary Conclusions - The strategic and operational orientation of the company needs an intensive in-house training of the employees - The management of the company is highly qualified and well prepared to support and to teach the employees - Essential demands on the employees well educated (from an university or university of applied science) self-acting, creativity and invidality non-conformistic working style © CPA Geo-Information 2008
Contact: CPA Geo-Information: Dr.-Ing. habil. Christoph Averdung E-Mail: email@example.com@supportgis.de Telefon: +49(0)2241/2594-0 CPA Geo-Information: Dr.-Ing. habil. Christoph Averdung E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org@supportgis.de Telefon: +49(0)2241/2594-0 © CPA Geo-Information 2008
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