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1 Stephen Ibaraki, CIPS Chairman and President (2007/8) CIPS Office of the Executive Council (2008-Present) IFIP IP3 Founding Chairman Global Industry Council, IFIP IP3 Board Vice-Chair ACM Chair Practitioner Board Professional Development Committee (PCC, WC) Microsoft Strategic Advisor & Most Valuable Professional (MVP) (2006 to Present) ICT: Fellow, Distinguished Fellow, Global Fellow, National & Global Hall of Fame Writer, Investor

2  Trends in ICT and Innovation  Industry view: Define Professionalism  Global Professionalism Success Measures

3 Trends: Changing economies 2014 GDP (ppp) Rankings 1.China 16.73 T (1820 33% global GDP)2. US 16.69 T3. India 5.5+ T SRC: International Comparison Program hosted by the World BankSRC: International Comparison Program hosted by the World Bank, News releases, KPCBKPCB

4 Trends: Global Output and Dependence on ICT SRC: IMF, UN, World Bank, Wikipedia, CIA, …, estimates

5 2014: 17.4T, 19%2000: 11.7T, 35%1994: 3.2T, 11% SRC: KPCB, Wikipedia, UN, World Bank, IMF, ITU KPCB

6 2014: 3B Internet Users --+$4T Commerce (USA: 29% e-commerce tablet/phone) ~7B Mobile Subscriptions (10 sensors) +81% Mobile Data Growth 36% Smartphones (+20% annual growth) avg $318, -5% per year 25% Total Web Usage +4 zettabytes data (4B TB) 34% useful, 7% tagged, 1% analyzed *ICT ~20% GDP Growth 2018: >5B Internet users ( (USA: 54% e-comm tablet/ph) +60% Smart +50% Total Web Smart Internet +1B Wearables (20 sensors) 20 ZB data (NELL) *ICT = “Super Capital” 5x productivity gain $1 ICT = $5 return +10% Broadband = +1.3% Economic Growth SRC: KPCB, Wikipedia, UN, World Bank, IMF, ITU, ITIF, extrapolations from news releases (IDC, Gartner, Forrester,…) KPCB

7  +95% of networks compromised  Happens in < 15 minutes  Mobile is vulnerable  Declining ethical conduct  Resource: Free Ethics Exam:  SRC: KPCB, CIPS KPCB

8 ICT Specialists drops 60% 2014, 60% “Business Facing” 2016, 80% Multiple Skills Professionalism 50mm growing 30% yearly Added 50% in IT but not counted SRC: KPCB, UN, World Bank, IMF, ITU, ITIF; extrapolated from IDC, Gartner, Forrester, CompTia,… KPCB

9  Jan-March 2014, 115 IT skills rose in value with certified skills pay outpacing non-certified by ~ 300%  4v2sec.pdf 4v2sec.pdf  ACS study, certified earning +13% more than non  Common-Job-Profiles-and-Skills-Mobility-30-Dec-2013.pdf Common-Job-Profiles-and-Skills-Mobility-30-Dec-2013.pdf SRC: Foote Partners, Australian Computer Society

10  Google producing 100 self-driving car prototypes  DARPA Robotics challenge  NELL and NEIL – Tom Mitchell  [podcasts]  Deep Learning – Andrew Ng (Coursera)  [podcasts]  Brain simulation projects (MS Adam, Bing Predict)  SRC: ACM, News releases

11  Coursera: 100 universities, 7 mm students, 500 courses Coursera  and-co-founder-of-coursera/94863 and-co-founder-of-coursera/94863  eDx: MIT/Harvard, 47 providers, 2.1 mm students, 176 courses eDx  iTunes U open university, 65mm courses downloaded iTunes U open university  MOOCs: Massive Open Online Courses; Example Stanford course: 160K students, 190 countries, 44 languages MOOCs  Khan Academy: >5500 videos,>360 mm lessons, 10mm users/mth Khan Academy  Innovator’s DNA: online test, learn innovation attributes of top innovators: Innovator’s DNA  Questioning, Observing, Experimenting, Associating, Networking  Seoul Accord  Global accreditation program for Computing Education SRC: KPCB, Wikipedia, ACM, News Releases … Red titles are URL Links to Web Sites KPCB

12  Available online resources :  Learning languages, Duolingo, +25mm   Communications, Remind101,+12mm   Real-time feedback, ClassDojo,+35mm   Skype offers real-time universal translator   CIPS free online ethics exam:  SRC: KPCB, Wikipedia, CIPS, IT Manager Connection, Microsoft, see URL links to web sites KPCB

13  Available free online resources :  ICT in Education Toolkit (COL, MS, UNESCO)   Partners in Learning Network (MS)   Assessment & Teaching of 21 st Century Skills (Cisco, Intel, MS)   ICT Competency Framework for Teachers (UNESCO)   Intel World Ahead Program   Energy & Mining education resources:  SRC: Wikipedia, ITU, UNESCO, COL, MS, Cisco, Intel, MLS … see URL links to web sites

14  World’s largest scientific, educational and professional computing association  +110,000 members, +50% outside US  Educators, researchers, developers, students  +500 conferences / workshops / events  +70 publications / newsletters  +35 Special Interest Groups or SIGS (such as SIGGRAPH)  Awards (such as Turing “Nobel Prize of Computing”)  1.5 million worldwide users of the Digital Library  individuals, academic institutions, government research centers, corporations…  ACM Learning Center, webcasts, videos, books, courses,…

15 Typical 18 th Century Classroom: Instructor-Centric Typical Classroom, June 2014: Instructor-Centric

16 Derived from Lee Jenkins: School Administrator May 2012. Reversing the Downslide of Student Enthusiasm. MET Life Survey McKinsey: 40% employers have difficulty filling entry level jobs since student skills do not match the job requirements

17  95% very basic – writing, taking tests, routine practice, finding information  Advanced usage 5-15%:  5% collaborate outside class  9% develop/use simulations/animations  9% create multimedia  12% peer learning collaboration  13% access learning resources  15% analyze data Analysis of ITL data from presentation Lauren Woodman, GM Microsoft Education: Feb 2013

18  Digital pen and gestures for note taking, sketching, annotating, showing process, prototyping and complex visual thinking  Handwriting recognition for STEM, ARTS, HUMANITIES  Software for graphic design and creativity  Voice recognition and digital creation on assignments, multitasking for complex research and knowledge building  Digital music composition, playing, composing  Digital video and audio capture and editing  Digital voice, video, and audio collaboration  Mobile and wearable devices for advanced cognitive application, analysis, synthesis, evaluation of Internet research Analysis of data from presentation Lauren Woodman, GM Microsoft Education: Feb 2013

19  Data analysis, problem solving and innovation  Information synthesis, evaluation, creation  Global insight and collaboration  Knowledge understanding, applying, creation/invention  Multi-media skilled communication  Self-regulation and assessment  Research insight: concept, research and development, transfer, production/deployment, usage  Innovation insight: products, services, processes, organization models, business models  Entrepreneurial insight: customer development, lean start- up, start-up genome, business model canvas Analysis of presentation Lauren Woodman, GM Microsoft Education: Feb 2013; IT Innovation Foundation; Steve Blank; Eric Ries; Alex Osterwalder; Bloom’s Taxonomy New Domain

20 NEW: STUDENT-CENTRIC / STUDENT CREATION -- interactive content delivery, educational methodology / training, multimedia, smart devices / connectivity, monitoring, parental involvement, security Student- Centric Student Creation External Learning Centers Libraries and Digital Libraries Community Domain Experts Mentors and Teacher Guides InternetClassroom Parents 1:1 Learning Collaboration Standards-based Self-assessment Personalized learning communities Real Projects ICT-enabled Curriculum and Learning Resources

21  Varsity College, Queensland Varsity College, Queensland  1 on 1 learning with slate, laptop, tablet  Year 9 above national average on all testing  Cornwallis Academy, UK Cornwallis Academy, UK  90% five+ Grades A-C versus 60% in the past on General Certificate of Secondary Education  Cyril Potter College of Education, Guyana Cyril Potter College of Education, Guyana  UNESCO ICT Competency Framework (ICF)  CommonWealth of Learning (COL) Toolkit  Open Education Resources (OER)  Uruguay One Laptop per Child entire country Uruguay One Laptop per Child New: interactive content delivery, educational methodology, multimedia, smart devices, monitoring, parental involvement, security

22 University of California Kay Family Foundation Lab: Medical Mobile Application JAM: /medappjam.asp /medappjam.asp Embodiment of the latest innovations in education thus world model, Harvey Mudd College New Teaching and Learning Center – Construction Completion July 2013: nstruction.shtml

23  Costs, up to 17% of GDP  52% consumers want web tools  62% want to use email for health concerns  Smart wearable's, Samsung, Apple, MS, …  mHealth or Mobile Health  Telemedicine, Qurely, Liberate  [podcasts] SRC: KPCB, Wikipedia, News Releases … see URL Links to Web Site(s) KPCB

24  success framework —active feedback  BlackBox—accelerator  Steve Blank (customer development), Eric Ries (Lean Start-up), Alexander Osterwalder (business model canvas)  Jump-start Our Business Start-ups  US: JOBS Act Model (Regulated crowdfunding)  Crypto currency, Bitcoin 5mm wallets  Crowdfunding, Reward/Donation, Debt, Equity  Bio mimicry SRC: KPCB, Wikipedia, News Releases … see URL Links to Web Site KPCB

25  “Do you feel computing should be a recognized profession on par with accounting, medicine and law with demonstrated professional development, adherence to a code of ethics, personal responsibility, public accountability, quality assurance and recognized credentials?”

26 BEFORE: No consistency Failures, growing risks Poor perception Geek / Pirate? Technical features Job Skill shortages Education: STEM shortages AFTER: Professionalism Global standards Quality, Protecting Public Professionalism/Trust/Ethics Stronger voice/Common-ID Engineer /Executive Business solutions Career path Growing GDP and innovation IFIP: IT Profession / Accreditation based on common standards

27 78% in favourBusiness/Tech Work Experience Valued Moving to Next Steps Career Growth Resource: ICTC Pathway to Recognition (PTR)

28 Initial Professional Education Professional Development Accreditation Code of Ethics Professional Society: Identity Credentials Certification Professional Status Skills Development Professional DevelopmentInfrastructure SupportProfessional Societal Influences Based on A Mature Profession BOK (BODY OF KNOWLEDGE) SOP (STANDARDS OF PRACTICE) Resource:

29  Prime Minister Canada : “…Since 1958, CIPS has represented its membership on important issues affecting the IT industry and profession. The association has promoted high ideals of competence and ethical practices through certification, accreditation programs, and professional development…Your efforts have made positive and lasting contributions to Canada’s economic growth and competitiveness.”

30  IFIP World CIO Forum, Global CIO Joint Declarations “We strive to support [the] IT Industry and professionalism of IT career.” “We will ensure the highest standards in our work, and with both quality and ethics…”Joint Declarations  CTO Toyota: “[IFIP] IP3 [International Professional Practice Partnership] is the start of this kind of important global activity.” CTO Toyota  This is a key acknowledgement of the importance of ethics and IT professionalism which lays the foundation for IT as a recognized profession.

31  Founding Pioneer ICT & Smart Cities, Bill Hutchinson:  Jan2014 Jan2014  “When you think of the impact of computing over the years now it's at the heart of everything and it really is a profession and requires professional standards, testing and accountability. I'm 100 percent behind that idea...."

32  Global Industry Council:  Prominent Leaders from Business, Industry, Government, Academia, International Bodies  “global program for computing as spearheaded by IP3 and IP3-GIC will be a catalyst for a more than a 20% increase in global GDP.”

33  GITCA: largest federation of groups, > 6 million users “The IFIP IP3 program is the next step in the natural evolution of the industry and profession…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.”

34  “The common denominator for sustained growth in economic development, GDP, innovation, sustainability and security is a professional workforce supported by internationally accredited industry relevant education, demonstrated skills development, recognized ethical conduct and adherence to proven best practices and standards. This involves the collaboration of business, industry, governments, academia, and professional societies.”

35  In a 2012 interview, Dr. Hamadoun Toure, Secretary General of the ITU provided support for ICT Professionalism. “First, professional best practice is to be encouraged in every industry…In addition, we have our own Ethics office which promulgates its guidelines on professional ethics through regular in- house workshops as well as serving as a focal point for individual staff wishing to consult on issues of professional ethics.”2012 interview, Dr. Hamadoun Toure

36  In a 2013 interview, Ambassador Janis Karklins, ADG UNESCO “I think there are many examples of good cooperation of professionals with different and sometimes diverging interests which are not really regulated by the government... the misuse of technology and we need to think of the best way to help counter that misuse. Our computing professionals should certainly be part of that reflection and also action to counter the misuse of the internet or technology in general...."2013 interview, Ambassador Janis Karklins

37  21% IT workers match role;  8% IT Managers match role;  EU IT professionals display low level of competence;  Final report recommendations:  Young talent is lacking;  Continuous Professional Development (CPD);  Career paths with defined training and education requirements;  All countries address the gender imbalance.

38  Licensing (registration and regulation) making progress with Software Engineering: Licensing (registration and regulation)Software Engineering  10 US states needed for regulation  Principles and practices (PE) exam in 2013  Graduation from an engineering accredited program, passing a fundamentals of engineering exam, four or more years of professional practice, passing the PE exam  Internationally (Australia, Canada, UK, New Zealand,…).

39  DOD: computer security positions "certified" by the ISO/IEC 17024 standard  FEAPO has DOD US government involvement – the DOD is also planning certification for 2016 in EA; EA certification support from Federal and State CIOs  FEAPO releases their EA Concepts paper in 2013 and Career Path paper in 2014EA Concepts paper  Malaysia is undertaking regulatory / registration program supported by industry association, IFIP and the Seoul Accord.

40  US IT Skills draft Bill – for certifying ICT competencies  EC E-Skills: Promotion of ICT Professionalism in Europe, Pan-European ICT BOK  Sustainable model for the promotion of ICT professionalism in Europe  Reducing risk and strengthen ICT professionalism  ISO/IEC 24773 provides new conformance (accreditation) service of certification schemes in software and systems engineering  IDG IT World (Canada) report rising professionalism  m-growing-or-in-a-downward-spiral/85230 m-growing-or-in-a-downward-spiral/85230

41 Resources—discussions with over 500 experts: CIPS free online ethics exam:

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