Preparing for the future workforce through scenario planning, workforce planning and capability building
According to the 2018-19 Federal Budget, the median length of service in the APS currently sits at 10.5 years, resulting in the most experienced APS workforce since previous years.
Yet with a federal strategy underway to maximise flexibility and develop digital skills and capability for the emerging future workforce, the APS must rethink their strategic workforce planning as a tool for effective business and long term growth. In a period where staffing levels continue to depreciate since 2011-12, and an ever-growing demand from the public for reliable service experience, forecasting to create a smarter and more productive workforce should be at the forefront of an organisation’s business strategy.
With this in mind, IQPC is proud to host the 8th Annual Workforce Planning for the Public Sector Summit. Returning to Canberra in 2018, this long standing event will focus on the growing need to embed Workforce Planning across a whole-of-business strategy to meet future workforce needs and respond to the changing automated and digital operating environment.
Workforce Planning Global
Seyfarth Shaw [USA]
National Manager, People and Business Solutions
Director, Strategic Workforce Planning
NSW Department of Industry
Director, People and Performance
City of Canterbury Bankstown
Senior Lecturer, Human Resources Management
Assistant Director, Workforce Planning & Analytics
Australian Financial Security Authority
National Manager, People, Security & Integrity
Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission
Key Challenges to Be Addressed in 2018
Creating a modern public sector workforce through strengthening talent management and enhancing skillsets
Insights into a Whole-of-Government workforce strategy to build future capability and maximize flexibility
Moving towards the future of work through developing digital skill sets and managing employee engagement in changing automated environments
Utilising and translating HR Metrics and Analytics to provide insights on workforce gaps to better prepare for future needs
Who Will You Meet
Chiefs / GM / Director / Head of:
Workforce Performance and Analytics
Talent Management & Acquisition
People and Culture
People and Productivity
HR Metrics and Analytics
Past Attendees Say it Best
An informative and enlightening conference
Excellent conference and gave me lots of new ideas and contacts
The overall conference was informative and provided options to address potential barriers of workforce management and planning.
Very good presenters, exchange information valuable. Idea generating.
Excellent presentations, good venue, excellent host.
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