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The shortest distance between two points is a straight line. In the business world, however, the only absolute is the starting point and the line is never straight. Navigating your way to success requires a solid team of employees and a solid strategy. Organizational planning means knowing who you have, how they’re helping or hurting your business’s growth, and the best way to align them to realize your company objectives.
This process of evaluating and re-evaluating talent helps organizations identify gaps and redundancies, manage workforce changes more effectively, and increase productivity. In short, organizational planning keeps businesses moving forward while also preparing them for the road ahead.
Reasons why your business can benefit from organizational planning:
Performance – Employees with higher ratings tend to be more committed to the success of the company and more aligned with its overall goals.
Compensation – Sometimes star players aren’t being paid as such. This can cause them to start looking elsewhere for employment. On the other hand, underperformers can be accomplishing too little while making too much.
Budget – If a department is regularly under or over budget, it’s time to consider realigning your organizational structure to more efficiently appropriate these funds.
Turnover/retention – Replacing employees takes a lot of time and a lot of money. If a manager has a poor turnover ratio, it might be time to give somebody else a shot. Conversely, managers who consistently retain employees may deserve consideration for a promotion and/or additional headcount.
Age/tenure – Are any of your more influential employees nearing retirement? Have any key players been with the company for years but have yet to be promoted? Organizational planning can easily identify what’s missing.
Who Should Participate
Human Resources Professionals
Extra Learning Material
All Registered HR.com members are also eligible for:
Organizational Planning: Why Your Business Needs It (white paper)
High Performing Teams
Mergers and Acquisitions
Career and Succession Planning
Integrated Talent Management
What You Will Learn
Learn how organizational planning can help identify compliance issues, eliminate redundant roles, find flight risks or low performers, adjust personnel to job responsibilities, and help HR professionals play a key role in the overall strategy of the company.
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