Strategic Workforce Planning Resource Center
Continute your learning from the 2019 ATD Conference's Strategic Workforce Planning presentation from Jenna Filipkowski and Aubrey Wiete.
Strategic workforce planning is undoubtedly one of the most necessary processes organizations must undergo. It is a critical component of growth and business evolution, prompted even more today by the pace of change and volatility in markets and ...Read more
Take this Readiness Evaluation to assess how you stack up against each of HCI’s components for successful strategic workforce planning.Read more
With the right strategic workforce planning process in place, organizations can better prepare for future business growth, enhance operational efficiencies, and better address skills gaps.Read more
Workforce planning for an organization’s short- and long-term talent needs is a firmly established best practice for Strategic Talent Management. However, the struggle to promote this function within the business exists for many HR leaders, ...Read more
Strategic Workforce Planning is the most sought after skill in talent management today and the HCI SWP program offers the first professional certification of its kind in the industry.Learn More
Discover how to build connected HR and Financial processes, increase your ability to predict and address talent gaps, and give business leaders a holistic picture of the business.
Learn how high-performing organizations are leveraging workforce analytics and innovative techniques to generate positive business outcomes, and understand how to align with business strategy to ensure you’re focused on what matters.
Learn key skills and competencies that will set your team apart, how to structure your team and its processes for optimal workforce planning performance, and how to educate and evangelize workforce planning in HR and beyond.
Organizations plan their workforce to keep pace with the emerging needs of the marketplace, evolving business objectives, and changing roles. But even the most organized planning efforts can’t resolve widening gaps between the skills necessary for new roles and the capabilities of existing talent. Internal learning and development programs can help, but in many industries, these are not enough to cover an organization’s needs. In response, organizations are searching for fresh alternatives for getting the right talent into the right roles at the right time.
As the war for talent intensifies, Cox, like many organizations, has made investments in people analytics as to have a deeper understanding of people issues, with the expectation that they produce predictive and actionable insights to attract and ...Read more