IS Leadership and the IT Profession (SIG LEAD)

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1049

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The acceleration of Digital Transformation has led to rapidly evolving transdisciplinary IS-IT professional roles operating across technology and business units. Digital projects require new tasks and skillsets, staffing requirements, and career progressions continuously updated by organizations of all sectors. IT Talent Management (TM) requires a more integrative and adaptive competency framework to help guide IT professionals in becoming new digital leaders. Accordingly, a unified Body of Knowledge (BOK) is developed to improve TM accuracy, breadth, and flexibility. Entitled Business Technology Management (BTM), it serves as a common language to integrate professional standards and match talents to projects. The first iteration results are presented such as the BTM BOK meta-model, methodology, and development tools. The impacts on digital project leadership practices and ontology-driven design methods are outlined.

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Talent Management of Transdisciplinary Roles in Digital Projects: Designing a Business Technology Management Body of Knowledge

The acceleration of Digital Transformation has led to rapidly evolving transdisciplinary IS-IT professional roles operating across technology and business units. Digital projects require new tasks and skillsets, staffing requirements, and career progressions continuously updated by organizations of all sectors. IT Talent Management (TM) requires a more integrative and adaptive competency framework to help guide IT professionals in becoming new digital leaders. Accordingly, a unified Body of Knowledge (BOK) is developed to improve TM accuracy, breadth, and flexibility. Entitled Business Technology Management (BTM), it serves as a common language to integrate professional standards and match talents to projects. The first iteration results are presented such as the BTM BOK meta-model, methodology, and development tools. The impacts on digital project leadership practices and ontology-driven design methods are outlined.

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