Successfully Implementing an e-CF Pilot - Amcor Thinks Outside the Box

Amcor’s ICT department did not have a competency framework. It selected the European e-Competence Framework (e-CF), because it was a recognised and accepted standard that was not industry-specific. The e-CF’s non-restrictive approach to titles and definitions was seen as something that could be built on. Amcor’s ICT department therefore decided to use the e-CF as a framework that could be applied across continents, countries and employees.

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Developing an Adoption Strategy for the e-CF: Developing a Living Ecosystem

This is the second in a series of articles on developing an adoption strategy for the e-CF. In the first article detailed phases in the use of the e-CF, types of standards and their benefits for different types of users. In this article, Marleen Hartmann, Nienke Korsten, Roland Drijver and Bramjan Mulder describe how the e-CF ecosystem could be designed and how adequate differentiation and typing could be implemented. They use a layered concept that puts relations between stakeholder groups at the centre.

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European e-Competence Framework Briefing in Greece

On 11 November 2016, CEPIS and the Hellenic Professional Informatics Society (HePIS) organised a European e-Competence Framework (e-CF) briefing in Athens, Greece, as part of the IT Professionalism Europe (ITPE) series of events on the e-CF. The event gathered 20 representatives from industry, such as Microsoft, ActionAid Hellas, Career Builder and Ulysses Systems.

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