(Sociedad 5.0 y Competencias Blandas en el Desarrollo Global de Software Ágil)
G. D. García, C. J. Pardo Calvache and F. J. Á. Rodríguez
This paper presents the preliminary results about a systematic mapping of the soft skills suggested/considered important in the agile global software development (AGSD) with an impact on society 5.0. The papers selection method was carried out following a set of research objectives and questions defined from the GQM (Goal-Question-Metric) approach and a suggested systematic protocol for mapping in Software Engineering. Findings show that the existence of research related to soft skills in AGSD up to the date of this review, it is few, however, it is possible to observe that it has gained importance in the last three years.
(Evaluación de competencias digitales de egreso en programas educativos en computación y tecnologías de información bajo el paradigma de la sociedad 5.0)
F. J. Álvarez-Rodríguez and R. A. Aguilar Vera
The objective of this work is to define means of assessing the educational programs of Information Technology through the achievement of digital graduation competences, both soft skills and specific (competences of the different disciplines of the specialties) within the paradigm Industry 4.0. A model of assessment of graduation competences is presented considering three important moments of the process: 1. Planning, 2. Execution and 3. Assessment. A case study is presented to demonstrate the application of the proposer assessment model, in which the fulfilment of graduation competencies for an educational program can be observed.