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Enjeux Numériques - N° 6 - Juin 2019 - Le numérique et la vie en société

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N° 6 - Juin 2019 - Numérique et vie en société

Teaching standards in the digital world

Nizar ABDELKAFI, Raffaele BOLLA, Cees J.M. LANTING, Ultan MULLIGAN, Alejandro RODRIGUEZ-ASCASO, Lisa Theresa STEIN & Michelle WETTERWALD

 

Standardization, especially in information and communication technologies (ICT), is an important issue for companies to achieve a competitive advantage as well as for entire industries to thrive. Without standardization, technology may not develop at all or only slowly because of inefficiencies and redundant work. Due to the importance of the topic, industry is in need of experts that have in-depth knowledge in the area of standardization. Furthermore, recruiters give a high importance to soft skills that are inherent to standardization, such as negotiation skills, adaptability, oral communication, etc. Therefore, in recent years, there has been a growing interest in education on standardization. So far, however, formal academic education has neglected standardization, and students generally encounter standards during their engineering courses, but rarely acquire knowledge about the mechanisms of standardization processes and their strategic relevance. As such, companies may not be able to fully reap the benefits of standardization, as even though they recognize its strategic importance, they may not easily find graduates that are well prepared to carry out the standardization work.

 

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N° 6 - June 2019 - Digital technology and life in society

 

Teaching standards in a digital world

 

Nizar Abdelkafi, Raffaele Bolla, Cees Lanting, Ultan Mulligan, Alejandro Rodriguez-ascaso, Lisa Theresa Stein & Michelle Wetterwald

 

Standardization, especially in information and communication technologies (ICT), is an important issue for companies to achieve a competitive advantage as well as for entire industries to thrive. Without standardization, technology may not develop at all or only slowly because of inefficiencies and redundant work. Due to the importance of the topic, industry is in need of experts that have in-depth knowledge in the area of standardization. Furthermore, recruiters give a high importance to soft skills that are inherent to standardization, such as negotiation skills, adaptability, oral communication, etc. Therefore, in recent years, there has been a growing interest in education on standardization. So far, however, formal academic education has neglected standardization, and students generally encounter standards during their engineering courses, but rarely acquire knowledge about the mechanisms of standardization processes and their strategic relevance. As such, companies may not be able to fully reap the benefits of standardization, as even though they recognize its strategic importance, they may not easily find graduates that are well prepared to carry out the standardization work.

 

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