13-15 June, 2016 | Rydges Sydney Central , Sydney, Australia

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Humanising Data – People are More than just a Resource.

Ahead of the Workforce Planning Summit 2017 we look back on some of the best presentations from last year's event. In this presentation Doug Whitford, Workforce Optimisation Manager at QBE explores:

  • The Little Things : actions or activities that are not often measured or considered but have a considerable flow on effect if they’re not completed or completed properly
  • ABC : Always Be Challenging. Why do we have it?
  • Are your assumptions correct? When was the last time you checked?
  • My Big Bang – This is where Humanising Data started for me
  • More than methodology – Humanising Data in action, here are the results so far 

Strategic Talent Sourcing for Tomorrow’s Digital Workforce

Ahead of the Workforce Planning Summit 2017 we look back on some of the best presentations from last year's event. In this presentation Ian Cormack, Head of HR at Woolworths explores:

  • Talented people will increasingly own their own careers - really! HR and Companies will need a new relationship with "control" over talent.
  • Talent sourcing will move, along with everything else, to real-time, "live", constant, and Just in Time
  • Gen Y will simply demand that the user experience associated with new age HR better be as good as Facebook
  • The role of recruiters and talent acquirers will completely change to look more like talent concierge
  • Companies will increasingly pay a price if their real EVP diff ers from the professed one
  • Companies will increasingly win or lose on the back of their brand and how they are managing their talent and prospective talent
  • The cost of talent sourcing will halve and the speed will double - and that will change industry economics

Making Better Decisions and Driving Change: RBC’s Approach to Managing the Workforce

Ahead of the Workforce Planning Summit 2017 we look back on some of the best presentations from last year's event. In this presentation Robert Carlyle, Director, Strategic Workforce Management at the Royal Bank of Canada explores:

  • What are the key conversations that need to take within HR and with leaders to shape the workforce?
  • How can the use of data become routine, part of the ‘way business is done’?
  • What is the role of workforce planning in the larger context of managing human capital?
  • How can the workforce be segmented for more precise, targeted development?
  • How can technology enable eff ective workforce analysis, planning and management?

Humanising Data – People are More than just a Resource.

Ahead of the Workforce Planning Summit 2017 we look back on some of the best presentations from last year's event. In this presentation Doug Whitford, Workforce Optimisation Manager at QBE explores:

  • The Little Things : actions or activities that are not often measured or considered but have a considerable flow on effect if they’re not completed or completed properly
  • ABC : Always Be Challenging. Why do we have it?
  • Are your assumptions correct? When was the last time you checked?
  • My Big Bang – This is where Humanising Data started for me
  • More than methodology – Humanising Data in action, here are the results so far 

Strategic Talent Sourcing for Tomorrow’s Digital Workforce

Ahead of the Workforce Planning Summit 2017 we look back on some of the best presentations from last year's event. In this presentation Ian Cormack, Head of HR at Woolworths explores:

  • Talented people will increasingly own their own careers - really! HR and Companies will need a new relationship with "control" over talent.
  • Talent sourcing will move, along with everything else, to real-time, "live", constant, and Just in Time
  • Gen Y will simply demand that the user experience associated with new age HR better be as good as Facebook
  • The role of recruiters and talent acquirers will completely change to look more like talent concierge
  • Companies will increasingly pay a price if their real EVP diff ers from the professed one
  • Companies will increasingly win or lose on the back of their brand and how they are managing their talent and prospective talent
  • The cost of talent sourcing will halve and the speed will double - and that will change industry economics

Making Better Decisions and Driving Change: RBC’s Approach to Managing the Workforce

Ahead of the Workforce Planning Summit 2017 we look back on some of the best presentations from last year's event. In this presentation Robert Carlyle, Director, Strategic Workforce Management at the Royal Bank of Canada explores:

  • What are the key conversations that need to take within HR and with leaders to shape the workforce?
  • How can the use of data become routine, part of the ‘way business is done’?
  • What is the role of workforce planning in the larger context of managing human capital?
  • How can the workforce be segmented for more precise, targeted development?
  • How can technology enable eff ective workforce analysis, planning and management?

Powerpoint Presentation

The Use of Workforce Planning to Drive Workforce Innovation

Ahead of the Workforce Planning Summit 2017 we look back on some of the best presentations from last year's event. In this presentation Helen Finneran, Senior Policy Advisor – Regional Workforce Planning, at the Department of Health and Human Services (Victoria) explores:

  • A new conceptual model for workforce planning in health that exposes old assumptions
  • Finding opportunities for innovation by testing cost-effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability of current workforce models in meeting service demands
  • Doing consumer needs analysis to determine current workforce demand, then using this as a basis for workforce model redesign
  • Using futures thinking and strategic foresight techniques as a creative approach to future workforce demand and supply analyses
  • Building effective change management strategies into an innovation--focussed workforce planning process

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How Different Organisations are Embracing Technology to Identify Workforce Capability Gaps

Ahead of the 2nd annual Workforce Planning Summit we delve into how 4 cross industry organisations are embracing digital innovation to identify workforce capability gaps to increase growth and efficiency.   

Reworking Workforce Planning Frameworks & Methodologies to Facilitate Growth

Ahead of the 2nd annual Workforce Planning Summit we chat with Danny Kelpac, General Manager of Workforce Transformation at Seven West Media. Danny explores some of the new frameworks and methodologies Seven West Media has implemented in recent years to combat the disruption occurring to their traditional workforce planning structures. Danny also delves into Seven West’s new, more inclusive and flexible workforce structures that are facilitating business growth.      

Optus: New Strategies to Anticipate Future Organisational Needs

Ahead of the Workforce Planning Summit 2017 we chat to Ronan Carolan, Head of Human Resources at Optus. In this Q&A session Ronan shares with us how Optus is reworking frameworks and introducing new strategies and methodologies to anticipate organisational needs. 

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6 Tips To Ensure Your Workforce is Optimised for the Future

Ahead of the second annual Workforce Planning Summit 2017 we explore seven ways you can streamline workforce planning operations to ensure that your workforce is optimised to meet the demands of your organisation in the future. 

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