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Participants will learn about Workplace Capacity Management – what it is, what governs it’s constraints as well as key measurements and opportunities. Workplace capacity is concerned with levels of capacity and commitments to the physical/virtual workplace as well as the services and technologies needed to achieve the organization’s strategic purpose in the most economical manner. It requires an understanding of both capacity and constraints/limitations as well as knowledge of relevant consumption data.
Describe Capacity Management
Understand changing analytics/metrics around Capacity Management
Finding the right fit between organizations and their workplace strategy/business objectives
Unterstand the required services and technology to achieve the organizational strategic purpose
Participants learn to connect to the business drivers and answer the questions ‘What does success look like?’ Workplace projects range from small moves and changes involving little risk to the business, to large relocations and new builds across multiple geographic domains. The latter cases require a high degree of project management skill and experience as well as organizational capability to support and provide governance across the stakeholders involved. For large organizations the role of the project management may involve a high degree of program management and being able to cope with cultural differences as well as the political sensitivities.
Identify what success looks like in the workplace.
Develop Project Management skills in order to support the Change Management Program
Understand the impact of personal, political and cultural differences
We will learn how to set up Risk Management processes and develop business continuity plans in a workplace context. We will look at the management of all forms of risk that impact the ability of people and the workplace to perform effectively. It covers the identification and analysis of sources of risk, those practices that minimize negative impacts as well as how recovery from failures and disasters will be handled.
Understand the. importance of Risk Management and Continuity Planing
Identify and analyze sources of risk to mitigate the negative impact
How to use Continuity Planning to create an ongoing improvement culture
In this workshop, we will use a case exercise based on a real situation to consolidate learnings. Participants will work in teams to build a workplace management plan which identifies: 1. What success looks like. 2. How success is measured. 3. How risks and rewards will be evaluated and managed.