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Transcript of Workforce Analysis
is the foundation of any good workforce plan
Responsible for ensuring that the quality of
HR data meets the operational and strategic
goals of the department
Workforce, Workplace and Leadership
In depth analysis of workforce data
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For HR to be taken seriously as a strategic partner
what is our current workforce?
What is their age, gender, language profile?
How many will retire in the next few years?
What is it?
Workforce Analysis and Data Governance (WADG)
It provides answers to questions such as:
It has to respect all dimensions of data quality
Support Departmental senior management, line managers, human resource practitioners and corporate planners
A unit of SHRMD providing planning support services as well as timely and accurate workforce information analysis
Example: Employee Turnover - the rate at which employees are leaving the organization
Strategic workforce analysis involves examining your workforce data in depth, to achieve a more sophisticated level of understanding of your data and identify potential workforce risks and what your workforce may look like in the future if left unattended.
Strategic Workforce Analysis
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But why create scenes?
Does my data really need sceneography?
If you like to focus on details, yes.
Analysis of internal and external environment
Data should be
and meet the minimum quality standard
to an overview
at all levels, as you zoom from small details
Do the 'squint test' on your
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The 'Zen' approach
Background metaphor: Reach towards the stars!
Use arrows to indicate flow
Always create an overview that helps people to understand
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You need both
Like a floor plan...
It makes sense from the overview
You want to be here
to find, then express relations
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Yeah, easy for maps.
But not everything can be organized spatially ?!?
Traditional, but hard to visualize the relationships between each team member
Simple and stylish, but it doesn't
give us the detail we need to truly understand
Working spatially, you can compress the information into a meaningful overview structure.
You can zoom to see the relationships in more detail if needed.
Clusters of content to reinforce meaning.
Squint and view your overview from a distance - does it still make sense?
This overview has been blurred,
but can you still guess the overall theme?
Create structures that show relationships and context:
If not, how do you expect your audience to understand?
Concluding with an overview (or final reveal) can be a great way to bring the context of your story together.
"Okay, but how does this work for my presentation?"
You've likely all seen a simple linear narrative...
A spatial narrative has a more visual structure
which helps you to follow the story.
Just like it helps the viewer follow a long movie, it can help the viewer follow long or complex presentations.
The Intergalactic Empire
CONTINUE BEING EVIL
Imperial ground forces
Blow up Death Star (again)
Save Galaxy (again)
The Rebel Alliance
Super Star Destroyer
The overview structure implies the tension
between the two sides
- it can be conveyed even at a distance where we can't see the details
Pillars of good people
Linear, hierarchical list
Our small team of software developers
have a team lead
have an approver (CEO)
work towards a goal
this work is measured with a metric (KPI)
the KPI has a Target
metric / target
reach the Goal
Here, the lesser value is smaller in scale
Smaller items in the cluster
visually indicate sub-levels
Eligible to retire?
Hello / Bonjour
Quantifiable measure of workforce
any issue that requires monitoring
Low rates elsewhere offset high rates
Increasing departure trend