How szenaris is advancing training for IT specialists
Employees in the IT industry are increasingly having to adapt to global contexts and the resulting higher requirements of working on international projects. In a book recently published by Springer Gabler, Susan Höntzsch, Klaus Bock-Müller and Heike Kissner explain how this can be effectively achieved.
International activities affect not only corporations as a whole, but also the day-to-day working lives of their employees. In addition to people with qualifications in didactics and psychology, szenaris also employs IT specialists such as software developers and digital media designers; in recent years, the company has placed increasing value on preparing them for international projects.
As part of the „GlobePro“ research project, szenaris has therefore developed the „think global!“ learning platform for training IT specialists. In their chapter of the book, our authors describe the initial situation, provide background information and explain how the learning content of the program was implemented.
- Editors: Boes, A., Baukrowitz, A., Kämpf, T., Marrs, K.
- Title: Qualifizieren für eine global vernetzte Ökonomie. Vorreiter IT-Branche: Analysen, Erfolgsfaktoren, Best Practices. (Training for a globally networked economy. The IT industry as a pioneer: analyses, success factors, best practices.)
- ISBN: 978-3-8349-3243-3
Chapter by szenaris GmbH:
- Authors: Susan Höntzsch, Klaus Bock-Müller and Heike Kissner
- Title: „think global!“ – Eine Lernplattform für die Ausbildung von IT-Fachkräften („think global!“ – a learning platform for training IT specialists)
- Book description: Training for a globally networked economy (only in German)
- „think global!“: example learning modul (only in German)
- GlobePro project