Programme

version 21 September 2012
Day 3 – Wednesday 26 September
09.00 – 10.30 Session 9, Stream 1 Session 9, Stream 2 Session 9 + 10, Stream 3 (3 hours) Session 9, Stream 4
coordinator Rossouw von Solms Rattan Datta Brenda Aynsley, Lawrence Gudza, Frits Bussemaker Klaas Brongers, Leon Strous
theme Transnational Big Brother Innovations for a sustainable world Building the ICT profession towards 2020, e-skills, competences and frameworks, and professionalism Improving the performance of companies with skills
topics / questions The masses of corporate and private information stored in data storages, including the Cloud, are proving to be a major security and privacy risk to enterprises and individuals. How can this be addressed?
  1. What is the general impact and consequence of masses ofpersonal data entrusted to social networks and similar data storages?
  2. Who has eventual control over these masses of data?
  3. What is to role of governments to protect the privacy of this data?
  1. How can ICT help to address the potential food supply problems towards 2020?
  2. How can ICT help to address the water supply problems towards 2020?
  3. How can ICT help to address the potential health and medical problems towards 2020?
  4. How can ICT help to address the global warming problems towards 2020?
1. The ICT profession in 2020 - putting the proposition (10 min) by: 2. Getting there...
A. The European progression (50 min) by: B. The Atlantic scene (30 min) by:
  1. Everybody skilled? What is the current end-user skill level at companies? How much money are we losing where?
  2. Shocking result from a nationwide research done by a Dutch University: CRTL ALT DEL, Productivity loss due to lack of skills and ICT problems in the working environment.
  3. What is the role and are the tools for the ICT professional in securing sufficient end-user skills within organizations. On the right track towards corporate excellence and economic performance.
format Three presentations of 25 minutes each with 5 minutes of questions at the end of each presentations Presentations Presentation with interactive & discussion elements
speakers
  • Roy Osinga, Managing Director ECDL Netherlands
  • Cor van der Struijf, Global Technical Advisor Royal Dutch Shell & IBM Benelux IT Specialist Profession Leader, Netherlands
10.30 – 11.00 Coffee break / information market visit
11.00 – 12.30 Session 10, Stream 1 Session 10, Stream 2 Session 9 + 10, Stream 3 (continued) Session 10, stream 4
coordinator Rattan Datta, R.K. Shyamasundar Bernard Cornu Brenda Aynsley, Lawrence Gudza, Frits Bussemaker
theme Big data Education for innovation Building the ICT profession towards 2020, e-skills, competences and frameworks, and professionalism
topics / questions
  1. Does 'Big data' necessarily mean 'small' security and 'small' privacy?
  2. Will 'big data' companies become more powerful than governments?
  3. How can 'big data' improve the quality of life?
How do we educate for innovation towards 2020?
How can university and school education be a motivator for innovation rather than a killer?
2C. The southern Hemisphere developments (30 min) by: 3. Roundtable: all speakers participante along with questions from the audience "How do we move past the skills framework silos, e.g. SFIA, e-CP, IT-CMF to create an ICT Profession that is globally relevant? What is missing from these frameworks that would make this possible?" (50 min) moderated by: 4. Commitment to Action - the way forward (10 min) by:
format Presentations 1 Keynote address of 30 minutes followed by 2 addresses in response to keynote addressee and then general discussion with the speakers and audience  
speakers
  • Subu Goparaju, Senior Vice President, Head - Infosys Labs and Products R&D
  • Ravishankar Iyer, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, USA
  • Anupam Datta, Cylab, Carnegie-Mellon University, USA
12.30 – 13.30 Lunch / information market visit
13.30 – 15.30 Session 11, Plenary  
coordinator Basie von Solms, Leon Strous  
theme Closing keynote
Wrapping up the conference – Concluding the agenda / follow up
Closing session
 
topics / questions    
format Presentation  
speaker
  • 14.00-14.30 John Morton, CTO SAS Institute, Great Britain
  • 14.30-15.15 Jan de Boer, KPMG Partner and Global Leader Health IT