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How to Get Strategic Workforce Planning Right

The continual advance of technology means organisations must consider its impact on their business and employees. Criticaleye looks at the challenges facing leaders.

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Andrea Dunstan, NED, TI Fluid Systems: "It is key when undertaking a substantive business change that the right leadership tone and behaviour is set at the top."
Motie Bring, General Manager EMEA, Global Enterprise eCommerce, Worldpay: "Make sure you have staff who can embrace and cope with change on all different levels."
Tim Kiy, Chief of Staff, Barclays Africa Group: "Have a clear vision of what you’re moving to either in terms of reshaping the business going forward or giving it course correction."
Devyani Vaishampayan, Non-executive Director of BQF: "In a few years, businesses will be chasing the same external pool of limited and expensive talent so it’s sensible to see how they can reskill their existing workforce."
Charlie Wagstaff, MD, Criticaleye: "Businesses have to act today and ensure they are future fit with the right people in the right places – it’s non-negotiable."
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Motie Bring
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