Career Path and SFIA, Workflow and Process Management

Analysis of Job Roles and Career Path, including SFIA

SFIA refers to the Skills Framework for the Information Age, which describes the skills and key competencies required by professionals working in information and communication technologies, computer science, and digital transformation (SFIA 2020). Continue reading “Career Path and SFIA, Workflow and Process Management”

Professionalism, Codes of Conduct, Ethics, Project Management

Professionalism, codes of conduct and ethics

The Oxford Learner’s Dictionaries define professionalism as “the high standard that you expect from a person who is well trained in a particular job” (2020). In addition to having strong skills and competence in your chosen field, a professional individual will exhibit certain qualities, behaviours, and a certain manner when conducting business affairs (Mason 2016). Examples of these characteristics include competency, accountability, reliability, and maintaining a professional demeanour and appearance (Mason 2016). Continue reading “Professionalism, Codes of Conduct, Ethics, Project Management”

Urban Farming Autoethnography

The concept of Urban Farming is the growing or producing of food in heavily populated and urbanised areas such as cities and towns (Greensgrow 2019). The idea is to provide cost-effective methods of food growth in densely populated areas while keeping procedures eco-friendly and sustainable. Continue reading “Urban Farming Autoethnography”

Pokémon GO & The Autoethnographic Methodology

In a previous post on this blog, I discussed my personal experience with Pokémon GO, such as my observation of the game’s release in 2016, and my return to playing it in 2019. This post will use the autoethnographic methodology to analyse and understand my communicated personal experiences. Continue reading “Pokémon GO & The Autoethnographic Methodology”