strategic workforce planning

We are endlessly bombarded with visions of the future workplace and the talent it will attract-retain. Even as we relentlessly persevere and respond to change, remote and hybrid models, work-life integration, or even people analytics and AI are no longer “future”. There is (always) a need to actively focus on staying relevant and to be ahead of the game. Key to this is for our organizational strategy to be accelerated through a robust human capital strategy.

These were amongst the key focus areas in another Strategic Workforce Planning workshop I facilitated, this time for Johnson & Johnson APAC.

The Strategic Workforce Planning (SWP) Certification in Context:
• Discover the context of strategic workforce planning
• Distinguish between operational and strategic workforce planning
• Evaluate your organization’s strategic workforce planning readiness

HCI’s SWP Model
• Align workforce planning to your organization’s strategy
• Segment roles to identify the most strategic roles for your workforce planning efforts
• Scan the environment for internal and external factors that impact your organization’s ability to carry out its strategy
• Conduct a current state analysis of your most strategic roles
• Construct scenarios that help your organization prepare for the future
• Identify gaps between current and future states
• Create an action plan to fill gaps; track progress of the plan

Bringing SWP to Life
• Implement and sustain strategic workforce planning by applying the practices of high-performing organizations in six key areas

Let’s connect to discuss your strategic workforce planning challenges.

Sharma Kumari

Sharma Kumari

Step by Stepz Founder, over 25 years industry and international experience, with core expertise in HR-Talent Management, Behavioral Communication and L&D. Led and managed a wide-range of assignments at all levels, including speaking and training engagements in more than 15 countries.

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