Presentation on theme: "May 2006Internal Use1 Coordinating with Academia in Human Resource Development - EXPERIENCES & CHALLENGES Dr Nguyễn Quốc Khánh."— Presentation transcript:
May 2006Internal Use1 Coordinating with Academia in Human Resource Development - EXPERIENCES & CHALLENGES Dr Nguyễn Quốc Khánh
May 2006Internal Use2 Company Profile Software Outsourcing Growth rate 50%-100% for the last 2-3 years Achieved 1000 headcount as of 31 Dec 2005. To reach 5000 headcount by 2008
May 2006Internal Use3 Human Resource Requirement Mass scale In all areas of software industry C, Java,.Net Development, Test, Project Management Web applications, Database, Software Integration, Embedded Software Development etc…
May 2006Internal Use4 The Collaboration Model University Relations Recruiting Events Internal Seminars/Training Courses Academic Presenters
May 2006Internal Use5 The Collaboration Model Student Internship Program Intensive – 6 months or more Directly with the students Little/no co-supervision Education Sponsorship ROBOCON 2006
May 2006Internal Use6 SUCCESS Good rapport with a number of universities High student awareness Open Day 2006 (Hanoi) – nearly 2000 visitors Able to sustain the high headcount growth Intensive internship program Many interns are ready for real actions by graduation In-house skill development
May 2006Internal Use7 ISSUES The large gap between supply and demand Language skills Soft skills Internship program is a stop-gap solution Cost Redundancy Scale of recruitment Intake ratio 1/8 – 1/10 Require about 5000 applicants each year Where can we find them?
May 2006Internal Use8 ISSUES Specific Domains Embedded Software Target 15% of business from ES in 2008 About 6-700 engineers by 2008 Where can we find suitable engineers? Intensive Internship Program is difficult Long-training period for ES (1-2 years) Where can we find suitable trainers?
May 2006Internal Use9 WHERE WE GO FROM HERE Training is the key for the growth Require closer collaboration with local academia Embedded Software Require academia to take more proactive part in human resource development.