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e-Skills Institute
E-SKILLS INSTITUTE
November 2010
THE MANDATE
e-Skills Institute

Presidential International Advisory Council (PIAC)
(information society and development cluster)

2007: Establishment of e-Skills Institute

Mandate:
Harness ICT for equitable prosperity and global competitiveness
– This was reinforced by subsequent administrations.
–

Strategic Advisory
–
2010 re-established eSkills Council (chaired by Minister of
Communication)
E-SKILLS FOR THE
e-Skills Institute
INFORMATION SOCIETY &
KNOWLEDGE ECONOMIES
Employment
Readiness
Effective eGovernance
and Service
Delivery
Business
Development
Socio
Economic
Development
Research, Evaluation and Monitoring
e-Skills Institute
THE PATH TO IMPACT
eSkilling the nation for equitable
prosperity and global competitiveness
Doing
With
Doing
For
Doing
To
THE TRADITIONAL WAY
DOING TO
e-Skills Institute
Consumption
Business
Individual
or
Customer
Government
Regulation
Within Organisation
Inputs
Governance
Collaborative Network Architectures
Outputs
Outcomes
Impact
TRADITIONAL WAY...DOING FOR
e-Skills Institute
Government
Individual
or Customer
Civil Society
Business
Figure I. A social construct for the Information Society
Within Organisation
Inputs
Collaborative Network Architectures
Outputs
Outcomes
Impact
THE NEW WAY....DOING WITH
e-Skills Institute
HEIs /
Academia /
Civil Society
Labour
eSkills
Knowledge
Production
Hubs
eSkills
Knowledge
Production
Hubs
Individual /
Community
Business
Government
eSkills
Knowledge
Production
Hubs
Within Organisation
Inputs
Collaborative Network Architectures
Outputs
Outcomes
Impact
THE BIG – FIVE
e-Skills Institute
PROPOSED ACTIONS FOR E-SKILLING THE NATION
1. Develop and shape the draft National e-Skills Plan of Action
(NeSPA)
2. Coordinated e-Skills Research (ResNeS)
3. Establish Nine (9) Regional e-Skills Knowledge Centre
Network Hubs
4. Explore and Develop ICT access using differential transfer
pricing mechanisms (reduce cost)
5. Support the development of sectoral e-skilling approaches.
e-Skills Institute
e-SI - Collaborative Network
Architecture Model Framework
THE OFFERING
VALUE
PROPOSITION
This network architecture model shows the operational value flow between
stakeholders. It portrays the partnership inputs required for creating,
marketing and delivering a value proposition with the goal of maximising
outputs, outcomes and impact against complex strategic goals.
HIGH LEVEL DESCRIPTION OF THE e-SI NETWORK ARCHITECTURE MODEL
THE OFFERING
VALUE
PROPOSITION
•Partnerships and collaborations better coordinated, invigorated and
committed at the local level to deliver against MTSF goals
•Focused e-Skills Research and Innovation to improve policy
development , service delivery and evaluation (Research Network
for e-Skills & Colloquia)
•Unique permutation of offerings reflecting national developmental
needs (increased self reliance, strengthening local economic
development and increased skilling for equity prosperity and global
competitiveness)
•Monitoring of e-Skills intervention
•Continuous, timely response to changing market, government and
societal needs for effective service delivery (more focused
qualifications)
•National e-skills dialogue
e-Skills Institute
e-SI - Collaborative Network
Architecture Model Framework
INFRASTRUCTURE
CORE
CAPABILITIES
MULTI –
STAKEHOLDER
NETWORK
VALUE
CONFIGURATION
COST
STRUCTURE
RESOURCES
This network architecture model shows the operational value flow between
stakeholders. It portrays the partnership inputs required for creating,
marketing and delivering a value proposition with the goal of maximising
outputs, outcomes and impact against complex strategic goals.
HIGH LEVEL DESCRIPTION OF THE e-SI NETWORK ARCHITECTURE MODEL
INFRASTRUCTURE
CORE
CAPABILITIES
•The delivery of an integrated
collaboration architecture across
government, business, education
and civil society for information
society impact on the MTSF goals
•Employment readiness (skills to do
the work/ start a business)
•Effective e-Governance and service
delivery
•Business Development
•Socio-economic development
(uptake of ICT to increase national
productivity and competitiveness)
•Research and Policy Development
(thought leadership)
•Development of Citizenry for the
Information Society
•Continental Leadership
•Corporate (Private Sector)
•Universities
•FET Colleges
•Civil Society/Labour
(NGOs)
•Research institutions
•Government
•Donor Agencies
MULTI-STAKEHOLDER
NETWORK
VALUE
CONFIGURATION
•New Policy Development focused on the MTSF
goals
•Research relevant to the MTSF
•A new collaborative network architecture to
develop and deliver an integrated approach at the
local level
•Thought Leaders / Leadership Forums / Seminars
/ Conferences / Colloquiums/ w/shops to increase
understanding and buy-in
•Decentralised/regional offerings
e-Skills Institute
e-SI - Collaborative Network
Architecture Model Framework
NETWORK
RELATIONSHIPS
STAKEHOLDERS
INTEREST / INPUT
TARGET
NETWORKS
DISTRIBUTION
CHANNELS
RESOURCES
FUNDING & REVENUE
STREAMS
This network architecture model shows the operational value flow between
stakeholders. It portrays the partnership inputs required for creating,
marketing and delivering a value proposition with the goal of maximising
outputs, outcomes and impact against complex strategic goals.
HIGH LEVEL DESCRIPTION OF THE e-SI NETWORK ARCHITECTURE MODEL
NETWORK
RELATIONSHIPS
STAKEHOLDER
INTEREST/INPUT
•e-SI as the central strategic
coordinating hub supported by
advisory bodies involving the
network hub chairmen and
CEO’s as well as thought leaders
across business, government,
education and civil society
•Regional network hubs with
specialist focus areas
coordinating local and national
offerings through content,
planning & integration.
•Use of modern ICT to support
and drive coordination across
the hub network and with all
stakeholders (converging
technologies such as social
media, video)
DISTRIBUTION
CHANNELS
Central and Regional
Knowledge Coordination
and Production Hubs
supported and amplified
by or through:
•Government, business,
education and civil
society channels (Virtual
& Face-to-Face)
•Existing agency delivery
channels
•Existing Communication
(mass media and
personal media)
•Community channels
•International networks
TARGET
NETWORKS
Government, donor
agencies Private
Sector, Civil
Society/Labour
•Practitioners
•OrganisatIonal users
•Management
•Research, evaluation
•Societal
Local, national,
continental and
international
e-Skills Institute
e-SI - Collaborative Network
Architecture Model Framework
INFRASTRUCTURE
CORE
CAPABILITIES
MULTI –
STAKEHOLDER
NETWORK
THE OFFERING
VALUE
PROPOSITION
VALUE
CONFIGURATION
COST
STRUCTURE
NETWORK
RELATIONSHIPS
TARGET
NETWORKS
DISTRIBUTION
CHANNELS
RESOURCES
STAKEHOLDERS
INTEREST / INPUT
FUNDING & REVENUE
STREAMS
This network architecture model shows the operational value flow between
stakeholders. It portrays the partnership inputs required for creating,
marketing and delivering a value proposition with the goal of maximising
outputs, outcomes and impact against complex strategic goals.
HIGH LEVEL DESCRIPTION OF THE e-SI NETWORK ARCHITECTURE MODEL
INFRASTRUCTURE
CORE
CAPABILITIES
NETWORK
RELATIONSHIPS
MULTI-STAKEHOLDER
NETWORK
• Corporate (Private Sector)
• Universities
THE OFFERING
• FET Colleges
• Civil Society/Labour (NGOs)
• The delivery of an integrated
collaboration architecture across
government, business, education
and civil society for information
society impact on the MTSF goals
• Research institutions
• Government
• Donor Agencies
• Employment readiness (skills to do the
work/ start a business)
• Effective e-Governance and service
delivery
VALUE
CONFIGURATION
• Business Development
• Socio-economic development (uptake
of ICT to increase national productivity
and competitiveness)
• Research and Policy Development
(thought leadership)
• Development of Citizenry for the
Information Society
• Continental Leadership
VALUE
PROPOSITION
• New Policy Development focused
on the MTSF goals
• Research relevant to the MTSF
• A new collaborative network
architecture to develop and deliver
an integrated approach at the local
level
• Thought Leaders / Leadership
Forums / Seminars / Conferences /
Colloquiums/ w/shops to increase
understanding and buy-in
• Decentralised/regional offerings
• Partnerships and collaborations better
coordinated, invigorated and committed
at the local level to deliver against MTSF
goals
• Focused e-Skills Research and Innovation
to improve policy development , service
delivery and evaluation (Research Network
• e-SI as the central strategic coordinating
hub supported by advisory bodies
involving the network hub chairmen and
CEO’s as well as thought leaders across
business, government, education and
civil society
(increased self reliance, strengthening local
economic development and increased skilling
for equity prosperity and global
competitiveness)
• Monitoring of e-Skills intervention
• Continuous, timely response to changing
market, government and societal needs
for effective service delivery (more focused
qualifications)
• National e-skills dialogue
• Use of modern ICT to support and drive
coordination across the hub network and
with all stakeholders (converging
Faculty/ Staff
Salaries & Operating
Secondments
ResNeS
Programme costs
Start-up costs
• Regional e-Skills
Knowledge Hubs
• Start up costs
• Operational expenses
• Coordination expenses
Government, donor
agencies Private Sector,
Civil Society/Labour
technologies such as social media, video)
• Practitioners
DISTRIBUTION
CHANNELS
• OrganisatIonal users
• Management
• Research, evaluation
• Societal
Central and Regional Knowledge
Coordination and Production Hubs
supported and amplified by or through:
Local, national, continental
and international
• Government, business, education and
civil society channels (Virtual & Face-toFace)
• Existing agency delivery channels
• Existing Communication (mass media
and personal media)
• Community channels
• International networks
• e-SI Central
coordinating Hub
•
•
•
•
•
•
TARGET
NETWORKS
• Regional network hubs with specialist
focus areas coordinating local and
national offerings through content,
planning & integration.
for e-Skills & Colloquia)
• Unique permutation of offerings
reflecting national developmental needs
STAKEHOLDER
INTEREST/INPUT
• Government & SOE’s
(International/National/Provincial
& Local Government)
COST
STRUCTURE
RESOURCES
FUNDING & REVENUE
STREAMS
• Corporate Business
• Donor Agencies
• Endowments
• Subsidies
• Commercialisation
• Exports
e-Skills Institute
NATIONAL MULTI-STAKEHOLDER
NETWORK ARCHITECTURE MODEL
Government
Donor
Countries
and Agencies
Businesses
e-Skills
Institute
(Central
Hub)
Other
Government
Agencies and
SOEs
FET Colleges,
Civil Society
eSkills
Knowledge
Coordination
& Production
Hubs
e-Skills Institute
DECENTRALISED MULTI-STAKEHOLDER
NETWORK ARCHITECTURE MODEL
e-SI
Central
Hub
Provincial,
Local
Governments
Businesses
e-Skills
Regional
Knowledge
Coordination
& Production
Hub
Other
Government
Agencies and
SOEs
FET
Colleges,
Civil
Society
Universities
e-Skills Institute
E-SKILLS REGIONAL KNOWLEDGE
PRODUCTION HUBS
(KNOWLEDGE & NETWORK COORDINATION)
Regional e-Skills
Knowledge Board
CEO
Roles
Research
Information/Knowle
dge Coordinator
e-SI
Stakeholders
& Entities
University
Libraries
Government
Libraries
Stakeholder
Network
Coordinator
e-SI
Research and
Evaluation
Coordinator
e-SI Policy
and Practice
Provincial /
Local
Government
University
Research
Business
ResNes
Civil Society
Provincial /
Local
Government
Curriculum
Coordinator
Admin, Finance
and IT
e-SI
e-SI
Business &
Private training
institutions
FET
Provincial / Local
Government
University
Provincial /
Local
Government
e-Skills Institute
THANK YOU

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