With effective workforce planning and workforce management, you will be able to identify the talent you need to have in place to accomplish your immediate and long-term strategies. Prioritize strategic roles, benchmark your HR planning and workforce data against industry norms, analyze gaps in your current workforce capability, and use predictive modeling to identify the talent and skills you’ll need to accomplish business goals.
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Evidence-Based Talent Strategy
Eliminate subjectivity in business-critical people decisions. Done right, workforce planning coupled with the power of analytics is a fine-tuned engine that generates actionable insights to drive the business forward. Learn how the experts do it at the 2018 Workforce Planning & People Analytics Conference in Miami on February 27-March 1.Learn More
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Discover the tools and data needed to facilitate workforce planning, identify the key stakeholders you need to make workforce planning happen, and learn how to become a strategic player in your organization.
Strategic workforce planning matters today because organizations are reporting significant difficulty hiring key talent when they need it. Unemployment is shrinking in many sectors of the economy, and that means many organizations are finding it harder than ever to close talent gaps.
Even if you’re just beginning to be more proactive about workforce planning, you’re still ahead of the two thirds of US employers that don’t do it at all. Recent research from HCI has shown that workforce planning is still a struggle for many organizations, for many reasons.
It goes without saying that successful HR functions are strategic: they play a vocal role in critical business decisions and directly manage or impact a majority of most companies’ expenses. Indeed, in today’s resource-competitive environment CEOs are increasingly looking for the CHRO to play a more critical role in influencing business outcomes.
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
Strategic workforce planning (SWP) is a mission-critical skill for the HR function that will help you address these challenges, and more.
But there is no one-size-fits-all formula for successful workforce planning. The process must be integrated ...
Leaders who expect to see results in their strategic design implementation have to focus on all parts of the organization and remember that even in tough times, transformation never really stops.
When components of the workplace are collaborating to facilitate change, only then is a strategic design successfully implemented. Change is common in organizations, but not all transformations achieve results.
We’ve all felt it – the excitement, and then anxiety, that comes with undertaking a new initiative. The amount of information and resources available on given topic in today’s digital age can at first seem helpful, and quickly leave you feeling ‘where do I start?’
Evidence-Based Talent Strategy
Eliminate subjectivity in business-critical people decisions. Done right, workforce planning coupled with the power of analytics is a fine-tuned engine that generates actionable insights to drive the business forward. Learn how the experts do it at the 2018 Workforce Planning & People Analytics Conference in Miami on February 27-March 1.
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JW Marriott Marquis Miami
255 Biscayne Way
Miami, FL 33131
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