September 21 @ 9:30 AM - September 28 @ 1:30 PM AEST$1,880.00
The ever-changing global economic conditions brought about by technology, fluid political landscapes, major shifts in demographics and social attitudes, calls for a keener focus on workforce planning and people strategy in many organisations. The need for the right people, with the right skills, in the right roles, at the right time and at the right cost rings true now more than ever. While globalisation and changes in work practices offers increased access to talent, it is equally true that organisations are exposed to heightened competition for people resources. Given these fluctuating dynamics, how can HR practitioners keep ahead of the curve? This course explores how workforce planning can help align changing organisation needs with its people strategy to enhance achievement of strategic business objectives and minimise threats.
This course is suitable for those who want to introduce people analytics into their role. You may want to build your knowledge, skills and confidence around workforce planning or simply increase your ability to help drive business results and deliver value-added services.
Key Learning Outcomes
- Create and shape workforce plans aligned with business strategy to mitigate future threats
- Invest strategically in the workforce and realise the full potential of the organisation’s employee base
- Design and strengthen operational workforce plans that enhances productivity and efficiency
- Strengthen workforce analytics to optimise workforce utilisation and reduce workforce mismatch
- Develop insights that offer market and industry intelligence to help the organisation prioritise its employee initiatives
- Be adept at scenario planning to avoid constraining business development and to reduce redundancies
- Drive continuous improvement by monitoring and managing key stakeholder needs
Other Course Information
Delivery mode: Blended Learning
Live session dates: Wednesday 21 and Wednesday 28 September
Live session times: 9:30 am – 1:30 pm AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time)
You will obtain 14 CPD points for completing this short course.