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    Governance Framework for ICT Professionalism - Proposal


    Veling, Louise and Murnane, Sinéad and O'Brien, Conor and McLaughlin, Stephen (2013) Governance Framework for ICT Professionalism - Proposal. Project Report. European Commission.

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    Abstract

    This research project was launched by the European Commission Directorate General for Enterprise and Industry as part of the European Commission’s on-going e-skills agenda. The specific objective of WP5 is to develop proposals for a pan-European institutional and governance framework for the ICT profession, and as such it is also part of an on-going initiative to mature ICT Professionalism in Europe. This work builds on earlier work undertaken in the 2012 IVI/CEPIS study on a European ICT Professionalism Framework (Mclaughlin et al., 2012) and will be followed by a research project which aims to identify a sustainable operating model for the promotion of ICT professionalism in Europe (European Commission, 2013). The current project aims to support the development of a European institutional and governance framework for ICT professionalism, with the goal of enhancing professionalism and mobility across Europe. The proposed framework has been developed iteratively in conjunction with stakeholder representatives. The research report also includes validated stakeholder value models and recommendations for next steps.

    Item Type: Monograph (Project Report)
    Keywords: Governance Framework; ICT Professionalism;
    Academic Unit: Faculty of Social Sciences > Research Institutes > Innovation Value Institute, IVI
    Item ID: 5562
    Depositing User: McLaughlin Stephen
    Date Deposited: 18 Nov 2014 18:19
    Publisher: European Commission
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