Leveraging Strategic Workforce Planning to Power Technology-Enabled Business Decisions

Leveraging Strategic Workforce Planning to Power Technology-Enabled Business Decisions

This IDC Perspective provides IT executives with a comprehensive framework for applying various strategic workforce planning techniques that will help their respective organizations proactively identify and successfully address critical strategic needs for the future, particularly as it relates to talent transformation and change management initiatives."IT organizations must learn to become highly skilled at proactively assessing their environment on a continuous basis to ensure they have the right talent and organizational structure required to adequately meet the future demands of the business," says Damon Carter, adjunct analyst with IDC's IT Executive Programs (IEP).

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Situation Overview
What Is the Difference Between Workforce Planning and Strategic Workforce Planning?
Key Components of Strategic Workforce Planning
Step 1: Environmental Scan
Step 2: Future State Demands
Step 3: Current State Profile
Step 4: Scanning/Analysis
Step 5: Closing the Gap
Step 6: Monitor and Sustain Change
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