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1.1 Human Capital Planning

Human Capital Planning - is the organization's more detailed focus on planning for the specific human capital program such as recruitment, hiring, promotion, pay, benefits and the like. Depending on the needs of the organization the planning documents can be single or multi year and can focus just on direct hire workforce or total workforce (direct hire, contractor, and other sources of talent acquisition).

TitleShort Description
Advanced Succession Planning: Next Generation Practices for Ensuring Your Organization's FutureThis article offers methods and tools to integrate succession planning into workforce planning.
Building a Scalable Human Capital InfrastructureThe past decade has seen an explosion in the need for knowledge workers, together with a seismic shift in the emergence of a new segment in the human capital continuum, that of the project professional. The shortage of in-house resources and/or tight development timeframes often leads to the need to supplement one's own staff with experienced outside experts who can seamlessly integrate into an existing team to add value immediately. This article talks about the benefits of using project professionals, and how to manage them.
Continuity Management: Preserving Corporate Knowledge and Productivity When Employees LeaveThis book calls attention to the problem of personnel turnover in military units, specifically productivity and resource losses, and the dangers and costs of lost knowledge. The authors propose a model for continuity management.
Emerging Academic Discipline of Knowledge ManagementAlthough knowledge management (KM) has gained worldwide recognition as an important strategic imperative, its integration into academia has lagged. A review of the literature, as well as an examination of information systems (IS) curriculum models, was performed to determine how KM-related courses are being integrated.
Expert ExodusThis article addresses how the development of a knowledge management system can be used to retain and apply critical knowledge as large numbers of experienced Department of Transportation employees retire.
KM and Human Resources ManagementThis article examines the relationship between human resources and knowledge management in managing intellectual capital and assets.
Knowledge Management (KM) Supportive Human Resource EnvironmentThis knowledge management (KM) study has two objectives. One is to identify the differences between how the perceived importance of KM (from organizations without KM) and the actual importance of KM (from organizations with KM) contribute to successful KM implementation. The other is to develop and empirically examine the knowledge management supportive human resources factors affecting the success of KM.
Knowledge Management: Harnessing Mental Capital for the FutureThis resource details what knowledge management is, why it is important, and how it should be approached.
Managing the Mature WorkforceThis report provides strategies for addressing needs associated with an aging workforce.
Montana Department of Transportation Career DevelopmentThe Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) encourages employees to identify strengths and the areas where they would like training or mentoring. Employees have the opportunity to create their own career plan and are given the training, tools, and encouragement they need to realize their goals.
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