Building a business case around key programs fundamentally grounded in workforce planning enables you to present risks and opportunities to business leadership based on sound data and financial consequences. It involves identifying potential problems and opportunities for optimizing productivity.
These data for building business cases are available in your organization, but you have to know what key data points to use and how to translate them into the language of business. In this webcast, Hilbert will walk you through the initial steps of formulating a workforce planning program or system and help you to gain a solid understanding of the accessible information and make up of key data points to consider. Then we’ll present a method for using your metrics and analytics as supporting evidence for why your HR organizations requires funding and support to begin taking action today. During this insightful webcast, we’ll look at the following key components of developing a business case to gain the buy in and dollars you need to achieve organizational goals:
*The science of data analysis. Gaining the essential skills to pinpoint the critical data elements rapidly without getting lost in irrelevant data overload
*The key workforce drivers. Understanding and diagnosing the elements that measurably impact business by creating Human Capital-Business Risks *How to convey the Value Proposition to Leadership and Gain their Buy-In
*How Workforce Planning will transform the HR function and how you’ll be impacted in your new role as strategic HR
*How to design Human Capital metrics for leadership in business terms and speak the leadership language
Who Should Participate
1)Workforce Planning and Analytics Managers
2)Directors of HR
3)VP of HR
What You Will Learn
1.The science of data analysis. Gaining the essential skills to pinpoint the critical data elements rapidly without getting lost in irrelevant data overload
2.The key workforce drivers. Understanding and diagnosing the elements that measurably impact business by creating Human Capital-Business Risks
3.How to convey the Value Proposition to Leadership and Gain their Buy-In
4.How Workforce Planning will transform the HR function and how you’ll be impacted in your new role as strategic HR
Lean But Agile: Rethink Workforce Planning and Gain a True Competitive Edge
This presentation would have been of more value without so much discussion about blaming hr & internal hr politics an it simply focused on how to make a case to the business
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