January Newsletter - 2019

 

Jan Newsletter 2019 CyberWorx

January 2019 Newsletter - #AFCTM Sprint Delayed, Yet Successful 

AFCTM Email Newsletter AF CYberWorx

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Last week, we had a slow start due to the snow storm on Tuesday; but, AF CyberWorx was able to recover and have a successful #AFCTM Sprint. Six teams split into groups of six and worked together to solve challenges related to Air Force's Cyber Talent Management. 

We'll have a press release and report prepared in a few weeks on the solutions that were proposed, but in the meantime, check out the photos taken during #AFCTM on our Flickr page. 

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December Newsletter - 2018

 

December Newsleter AFCYBerWorx

 

December 2018 - Join Our Next Design Sprint: Air Force Cyber Talent Management 

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AFCTM Newsletter DecemberWe're hosting a design sprint focused on building a better recruiting, talent management, and retention program for US Air Force cyber professionals. For this design sprint, we're recruiting cyber professionals, HR reps, talent management experts, and, of course, military personnel.

The #AFCTM Application deadline is December 17, 2018, while the sprint is January 22-25. Apply today and join us on the USAFA campus in January.

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AIR FORCE CYBERWORX TACKLES CYBER TALENT MANAGEMENT WITH HUMAN-CENTERED DESIGN

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AIR FORCE CYBERWORX TACKLES CYBER TALENT MANAGEMENT WITH HUMAN-CENTERED DESIGN

Join the AFCTM Design Sprint

(November 6, 2018; Colorado Springs, CO) – Air Force CyberWorx is hosting the Air Force Cyber Talent Management (#AFCTM) project on January 22-25 in its design studio at the US Air Force Academy. The project will involve non-military participants and interested professionals in cyber or HR are invited to apply.

“The ability to hire and retain cyber professionals is the cornerstone of the Air Force’s ability to successfully utilize cyber effects on the battlefield,” said Lt. Col. Mike Helgeson, Deputy Director for AF CyberWorx. “Our aim with this design sprint is to find ways to improve the overall retention rate within the cyber field to better the Air Force.”

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Flight Scheduling App Team Visits F-15E Squadron For Research

 

Flight Scheduling App Team Visits F-15E Squadron For Research

Airmen standing in front of an aircraftAs we say at AF Cyberworx, “If it doesn’t work for people, it doesn’t work.” Recently, a team of cadets working on a Flight Scheduling App visited a fighter squadron at Seymour-Johnson Air Force Base (AFB) in North Carolina. This trip to Seymour-Johnson helped the team shape their understanding of the problem, which will enable them to create a deliverable that drives to save flight schedulers time and effort, and results in fewer aborted flights. The project is in collaboration with Air Combat Command, Defense Innovation Unit, US Marine Corps, US Navy, and Microsoft.

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