Lonnie Emard
Executive Director, CESM
GOAL: Connect the value of a growing IT
talent pipeline to the development of
smarter communities.
CESM Mission
To be the global leader in education, model curriculum
development, human capital development, applied
research and entrepreneurial incubation for the
management and use of enterprise systems in business,
government and non profit organizations.
Serving the “Business of IT”
CESM Strategy
Through the collaborative efforts of IT companies,
academic institutions, economic developers, industry
organizations and support groups, we will increase the
supply in the IT talent pipeline.
Serving the “Business of IT”
CESM - Information Technology Talent Pipeline
From the Classroom to the Boardroom
Organizational
Responsibility
Individual
Responsibility
CESM - A Unique Collaboration
Management
ACADEMIC
LEARNING
Research
Partnership
Experience
Graduate
BUSINESS/
APPLIED RESEARCH
Collaboration
Underclass
Pilot Project
K - 12
Incubator
Consortium
WORLD WIDE
WORLD WIDE
NATIONAL
USA
REGIONAL
SOUTHEAST
MARKETING
STATE
SC
LOCAL
COLUMBIA
ECONOMIC
DEVELOPMENT
Corporate Partners
Academic Partners
CESM – Organization Partners
Active Partner
Active Partner
Industry Vertical
Conferences
Enterprise Computing
Community (ECC)
New Carolina
iTs|SC
Innoventure –
Mainframe Careers
SCITDA
BDPA
ASTRA
POSSCON
CIO FORUM
Chamber ITC
SCTA
Cyber Security
SIM
MEBA
SCRA
VCL
ITPA
PMI
ECC
Developers Guild
GSATC
LinuxFest
Apprentice Carolina
Creative Coast
HDI
SCACE
ACM
Fast Forward
IT
Transportation,
Distribution, and
Science,
Technology,
Marketing
Manufacturing
2000
Law, Public
Safety,
3000
Information
Technology
Human Services
Hospitality and
Tourism
Health Science
Government and
Public
Finance
Business
Management
Education and
Training
Architecture and
Construction
Arts, AudioVideo
4000
Target
Agriculture,
Food, and
Goal #1 : Grow Interest in Students
Total Students by Cluster (01/21/09)
7000
6000
5000
1000
0
CESM – Aligning Career Pathways
CESM Goals & Accomplishments - Academic
Promote Value in Academic/Industry Collaboration – Internship Model
Reach students where they are – Expand Camps, competitions
Use technology advances in education – Mentoring w/Second Life, Z
Academic Initiative, telepresence
“Focus on the Faculty” – 1st AP CS Institute, Educator Field Studies
Provide meaningful Extended Learning Opportunities – Virtual Jobshadows
Business and academia collaborate to influence curriculum – Universities,
Southern Region Education Board, IT Alliance, Midlands programs
Goal #2 Increase Relevant Programs
Existing College of Engineering programs
Computer science degrees focused on leading edge hardware and software
Create interdisciplinary programs and create more hands-on learning
Degree programs focused on managing IT to deliver business applications
Existing College of Business programs
Management information systems focused on applying IT to business
situations
MLB Farm System Model for IT
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
CESM Partners
Year 1
University
Technical
Internship Options [list]
student
benefits
Experiential Learning Impact
Talent Recruitment Value
CESM value is “PRESENCE BY ASSOCIATION”
corporate
benefits
Other
Students
Corporate
Participants
Goal #3 Leverage Resources for
Applied Business Research
Smarter use of resources for IT professional development and leadership
Leveraged infrastructure for piloting projects across industry groups
Create environments to connect IT talent and knowledge
Offer 2nd level incubation opportunities
Match IT applied research with the needs of smarter communities.
Professional Development Broker Model
Development Broker
Identify
member
prospect
Market
CESM
Enroll
member
Guided self assessment
Engage
member
benefits
Business
Needs
Analysis
Gaps
Member with
identified gap(s)
Providers
Industry std
process map
Offerings
(standard & customized)
Offer Provider
CESM brokers
customization & delivery
of professional
development offerings
Providers with
gap offerings
Inventory offerings (What? Who?)
Offer
Development
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Customize as needed (What?)
Establish engagement process (How?)
Determine delivery cost & pricing (How much?)
CESM: A Main Area of Interest
The development of IT professionals with an emphasis on
managing large scale information technology development and use
must include the study of mainframe computing.
IBM will provide the CESM with the use of
IBM zSeries technology to be leveraged by
all participating colleges and universities in
the study of mainframe computing.
But aren’t mainframes dead?
Not hardly, read on!
CESM Facility Plan
Signed agreement on lease in “The Tower” on Gervais
Occupy 3 floors
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1st Floor: High Tech Entry, NOC, Auditorium
2nd Floor: Classrooms, Labs, Offices, Briefing Center and
Gaming room
7th Floor: CESM Data Center with Z10, Blades & VC3)
Utilization Plan already underway
CESM – IT at the “Heart” of Smarter Communities
Universities and
tech colleges are
responsive to
market changes and
enrollment grows
Students are
interested, excited
and prepared for
real IT careers
Companies have
access to more IT
talent and manage
it to become a
more strategic asset
Companies within
industries use IT talent to
drive smarter communities
There is strength in numbers. I invite you to join us
in this initiative. Go to www.gocesm.org
CESM – 6-Month Outlook
News Releases/Major Events (Career Forum, POSSCON and ECC)
Facility Open House
Continued Expansion of Programs Across the Southeast
Fully Functional Internship Model for Workforce Transition
Professional Development Model Implementation
Economic (Occupational Impact Study)
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