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An Executive Perspective on Workforce Planning by Robert M. Emmerichs

By Robert M. Emmerichs

Indentifies and describes the severe position that company and line executives play in group making plans.

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Leaders should ensure that workforce planning becomes a key component of their strategic planning activities with the expressed goal of aligning human capital capabilities with their long-term goals. 31 32 An Operational Process for Workforce Planning Provide Clear Guidance To use workforce planning—and strategic planning, generally—as part of the means to align the efforts of the organization with overall strategy, clear guidance is essential. Leaders must provide corporate, functional, and business unit guidance in concrete terms that are meaningful to those in the organization charged with carrying it out.

Clear guidance from the corporate headquarters and the function is especially important to ensure that the strategies of all the business units (though necessarily heterogeneous) are aligned with the direction the senior corporate and functional leaders choose. The business units contribute directly to carrying out the mission of the overall organization. The business units are the point of the spear. The corporate headquarters and functions exist to enable and support the business units. In addition, in terms of human resource decisions, business units are in the best position to understand their human capital needs, and their actions will have the major impact on meeting those needs.

This methodology was the basis for Recommendations 35 the initial application of workforce planning in the DoD acquisition community, completed during the summer of 2001. htm, January 18, 2001. : Harvard University Press, 1968. , What Color is Your Parachute? : Ten Speed Press, 2002. , June 30, 1997. , September 30, 2001. Fitz-enz, Jac, Human Value Management: The Value-Adding Human Resource Management Strategy for the 1990’s, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1990. Fitz-enz, Jac, How to Measure Human Resource Management (Second Edition), New York: McGraw-Hill, 1995.

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