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Organizational Planning and Analysis

A Data-Driven Approach to Workforce Planning

Use this practical guide to take a data-driven approach to workforce planning and continuously analyse the organization to allow the business to meet its strategic objectives.
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EAN: 9781398605817
Edition: 1
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Format: 234x156
304 pages

About the book

What is the cost of employees today and what will this be in the future? This book explains how to take a data-driven approach to workforce planning and allow the business to reach its strategic goals.

Organizational Planning and Analysis (OP&A) is a data-driven approach to workforce planning. It allows HR professionals, OD practitioners and business leaders to monitor an organization's activities and analyse business data to regularly adjust plans to ensure that the business succeeds. This book covers everything from how to build an OP&A function, the difference between strategic and operational workforce planning and how to manage demand and supply through to how to match people to new or changing roles and develop robust succession planning. Organizational Planning and Analysis also covers how OP&A works with HR operations including recruitment, L&D, reward and performance management and includes a chapter on new human capital analytics which allow a business to improve the return on investment for each of its employees.

Full of practical advice and step by step guidance, this book is also supported by case studies from organizations including KPMG, Sainsbury's, WPP, Accenture, TSB, Johnson & Johnson, Aer Lingus and FedEx.

About the authors

Rupert Morrison is the CEO and co-founder of Concentra Analytics, a software provider and consultancy firm which captures, manages and analyses data to improve organizational operations and execute strategies more effectively. Concentra Analytics works with clients including HSBC, Tesco, Aviva and FedEx and has won a Most Innovative award in The Sunday Times FastTrack Tech 100. Based in London, UK, he is also an international conference speaker and industry writer, whose contributions have featured in Forbes, HR Director and Personnel Today.