Workforce Planning Portal
STEP ONE: STRATEGY

Develop work plans and timelines

Develop Workforce Planning workplans and timelines.


The real “meat” of your Workforce Planning efforts will be in developing your implementation Work Plan. In putting together this plan, you will map out how you’ll actually execute your Workforce Planning process. To do this, you will identify:


  • The scope and objectives of your workforce plan.
  • The metrics you’ll use to determine your plan’s success.
  • The resources it will take to execute your workforce plan.
  • The timeframe for your plan and guideposts for completing tasks.
  • The staff who will be executing your plan and what their responsibilities will be.

 


You’ll need to consider how far into the future to project your Workforce Planning. This includes balancing the certainty of short-range planning against the need to plan for longer-range objectives. A good way to determine your WFP timeline is to link it to the timelines in your agency’s strategic plan.


 


 

STRATEGY ASSESSMENT:

 

Review strategy and operational plans for workforce implications

 

Establish leadership commitment & resources, build teams, develop communication plan

 

Develop work plans and timelines

 

 > STEP TWO: DATA COLLECTION

 


 

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