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Introduction to workforce planning

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Introduction to workforce planning

Gain competitive advantage by understanding workforce planning strategies and tools to make evidence-based justifications for resourcing and highlight areas your organisation needs to address.

This one day programme is designed to help you understand and interpret the key principles of workforce planning, from concept to actionable workforce planning. Become more agile and purposeful in a world of change, changing job roles and different working arrangements.

This course is part of a pair of Workforce Planning courses which will give you a complete understanding of workforce planning from introduction to advanced strategic know-how competitive advantage using workforce planning strategies, interactive tools and techniques to run analyses of your workforce strategy.

Overview

Workforce planning is a business process to align changing business and people strategies. It needs to be evidenced-based using analytical tools to provide key leaders with the insights to make informed decisions on how to ensure the right people have the right skills at the right time in the right place at the right cost. It provides a baseline to build a sustainable process to compliment corporate business plans and one which allows both interactive modelling of scenarios.

This course is part of a pair of Workforce Planning courses which will give you a complete understanding of workforce planning from introduction to advanced strategic know-how competitive advantage using workforce planning strategies, interactive tools and techniques to run analyses of your workforce strategy.

This one-day course highlights why workforce planning is vital to any organisation. It creates a link between strategic goals and effective execution, and enables you to make evidence-based justifications for resourcing as well as highlighting areas your organisation needs to address.

You’ll learn how to answer questions such as:

  • where is the ‘organisational fat’? What’s the real number of people we need to deliver on our goals and objectives?
  • who are my top talents?
  • where are the critical roles within my organisation?
  • how are we addressing our diversity and inclusion targets?
  • what is our true capability? Where do we need to upskills, re-deploy, hire or use contingent labour?


Learning objectives

By the end of this one-day course you’ll be able to:

  • create linkages between business and people strategies
  • obtain the buy-In from key influencers
  • apply the basics of workforce planning
  • create agility to enhance a flexible organisation
  • make links and integrate solutions within HR interventions
  • prepare for take-away action planning.

Facilitator

Jim Matthewman Chartered FCIPD

Expert Jim Matthewman delivers this programme, He is a global HR consultant with 25+ years’ experience, consulting to over 2500 organisations in 40 countries. He previously led global consulting teams for Mercer, Hay and Willis Towers Watson. As CEO of Talentspringboard, Jim focused on the workforce implications of digitalisation, with a presence in UK, Europe and the Middle East. He also has extensive experience with Boards, CXOs and CHROs.

Jim is a key subject matter expert and facilitator for CIPD on Strategic workforce planning, OD and people analytics. He is an acknowledged author, international Chair and a lecturer.

Key areas of expertise

His key areas of expertise include Strategic People Strategy, People Analytics, Strategic Workforce Planning, Generational Change in the Workforce, Global Talent Management, Going Digital, Agile Organisation and HR&OD.

His clients include:

  • Major telcos: Vodafone, DT, Etisalat
  • Major retailers: Tesco, Sainsbury’s,
  • Major financial organisations: Barclays,
  • Oil & gas: Saudi Aramco, OPEC, GECF
  • UK Central Government: DWP, HMRC
  • Global firms: Alstom, Mars, Ford



Booking Terms and Conditions:

A cancellation fee of 25% of the full fee will apply to cancellations received up to 7 December 2018. No refund can be made for cancellations received after 7 December 2018. A substitution may be made at any time.

CIPD reserves the right to cancel or reschedule the conference or change its associated programme or substitute a speaker. In the event of cancellation, liability is limited to the amount of registration only.



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