SMART CITIES CERTIFICATION: Smart City & Initiative Certification Guidelines service as the part of SDP’s Management Consulting & Government Advisory service offering for Public, Private and Social sector clients.
Product/ Service Delivery Duration:
Min 2-3 months depending upon Size of offering required and course size.
Ideal Client Type:
Public, Private and Social sector clients: International Agencies, National Governments-Ministries; Local Governments-Municipalities, Development Authorities, Smart City SPVs/ offices, Students, Researchers, Universities, Private Companies.
What is in the package of Product/Services (Deliverables)?
Smart City & Initiative Certification Courses.
Product Offering/SoW Overview:
Smart City Fundamental Courses
Smart City Physical Infrastructure Courses
Smart City Innovation & Technologies Courses
Smart City Policies, Standardization & Governance Courses
Smart City Societal Courses
Smart City Service Oriented Courses
Smart City Digital Infrastructure Courses
Smart City Management Courses
Smart City Economics & Financials Oriented Courses
Smart City Environment, Resilience & Sustainability Oriented Courses
*Any of the certification from the above list.
- Increased efficiency of Smart City Public, Private and Social sector employees.
- Reduced supervision of Smart City projects.
- Less amount of wastage on Smart City projects.
- Reduced turnover on Smart City projects.
- Helps new employees in the organization.
- Self-confidence of Smart City projects.
- Increased motivation levels for of Smart City projects.
- High rewards of Smart City projects.
- Group efforts of Smart City projects.
- Promotion of Smart City projects.
- Improves skills and knowledge on Smart City projects
- Efficiency of a new performance management system.
- Improves ICT and computer skills on Smart City.
- Increased productivity and performance
- Uniformity of work processes
- Reduced supervision
- Promoting from within, Ensures Opportunities for Learning
- Improved organizational structure
- Improved knowledge of policies and goals
- Improved customer valuation
- Better workplace environment
- Improved and updated technology
- Boosts Employee Performance and morale, Job Satisfaction.
- Opportunity to Identify Weaknesses
- Provide a Framework to Develop Strengths
- Encourages Innovation and Risk Acceptance
- Boosts Adherence to Quality Standards
- Instills Consistency in Work Atmosphere
- Improve Reputation of Organization
- Reduces Employee Turnover Rate
Additional Free Offerings:
SMART CITIES CERTIFICATION
- Lack of technology and smart city related capacity building.
- Systemic variances: The unbalanced and volatile person–smart city fit.
Continuous development of ICT literacy, knowledge, talents and skills.
Citizen participation and career communities.
Network-centric organizing of sustainable careers in smart cities.
Person–smart city fit is volatile as technology and organizations are continuously changing the career context in smart cities.
Person–smart city fit is unbalanced; that is, it disadvantages the less ICT literate and lower educated individuals, and it favors the ICT literate, highly educated citizens that work in knowledge-intensive organizations
- Management and organizational challenges-Smart City projects usually involve different stakeholders. Therefore, Smart City projects need smarter management.
- Collaboration among stakeholders and governmental restraints-Another challenge is how to make stakeholders come together and achieve a sense of collective responsibility and common purpose.
- Technological challenges-Most of the Technology solutions in the Smart City space belong to advanced technologies.
- Financial constraints-Transforming the regular city into a smart one requires big budget allocations.