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1.
4 Areas looked at by a workforce analysis?: Supply analysis

Demand analysis

Gap analysis

solution analysis

Demand analysis

Gap analysis

solution analysis

2.
Delphi Technique: Job Analysis technique/Judgemental Forcasts -

e-mail and progressively collect info from group on preselected issue.

e-mail and progressively collect info from group on preselected issue.

3.
Demand Analysis: Forecasting the # of employees and the skills required to meet future organizational goals.

4.
Gap Analysis: Current supply compared to future goals and the GAP between.

5.
How do you calculate annualized employee turnover % ?: 1) Divide total # of employees by 12 months.

2) Divide # of separations by average # employees per month.

total employees 2704 Divided by 12 = 225

65 separations divided by 225 = 28.9% annualized employee turnover.

2) Divide # of separations by average # employees per month.

total employees 2704 Divided by 12 = 225

65 separations divided by 225 = 28.9% annualized employee turnover.

6.
Judgemental Forcasts (3 kinds): Uses info from past and present to predict future conditions.

1. Managerial estimates - projections by manager

2. Delphi Technique - e-mail and progressively collect info from group on preselected issue.

3. Nominal group technique. - Moderated group discussion to forecast ideas, assumptions.

1. Managerial estimates - projections by manager

2. Delphi Technique - e-mail and progressively collect info from group on preselected issue.

3. Nominal group technique. - Moderated group discussion to forecast ideas, assumptions.

7.
KSA: Knowledge

Skill

abilities

Skill

abilities

8.
Managerial Estimate: Job analysis technique/Judgemental Forcasts:

Managerial estimates - projections by manager

Managerial estimates - projections by manager

9.
Nominal group technique: Job analysis technique/Judgemental Forcasts:

e-mail and progressively collect info from group on preselected issue.

e-mail and progressively collect info from group on preselected issue.

10.
Ratio Analysis: Sales prediction Divided by employee productivity # = # of employees needed (subtract this number from the amount you currently have to have total new hires)

$15,000,000 Divided by $12,500 = 399 employees

399 - current staff of 355= 44 new hires

$15,000,000 Divided by $12,500 = 399 employees

399 - current staff of 355= 44 new hires

11.
Regression Analysis: (Simple, multiple linear regression) = projection of future demand based on past employment level and 1 -2 other factors.

12.
Simulation Analysis: "What if" Senario; role playing.

13.
Solution Analysis Techniques (clue 3 B's): Building

Buying

Borrowing

Buying

Borrowing

14.
Trend Analysis: Project the trend out on a graph to predict # of employees needed.

15.
Turnover: ANNUALIZED formula that tracks # of separations per month.

16.
Two categories of statistical forecasting...: Regression Analysis & Simulations

17.
What analysis answers the questions:

"What can we afford? and "How will we get what we need?": Solutions Analysis

"What can we afford? and "How will we get what we need?": Solutions Analysis

18.
What analysis answers the questions:

"What is lacking? What Knowledge, skills and abilities exist and are needed in the future analysis?": GAP analysis

"What is lacking? What Knowledge, skills and abilities exist and are needed in the future analysis?": GAP analysis

19.
What analysis answers the questions:

Where are we now? What assets do we have?: Supply analysis

Where are we now? What assets do we have?: Supply analysis

20.
What analysis answers the question

"What do we need?: Demand Analysis

"What do we need?: Demand Analysis

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