Strategic Importance of Human Resources Planning?


 
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Strategic Importance of Human Resources Planning?
BRENDA NYONI, Student (MBA), Zimbabwe

I'd like to critically discuss the strategic importance of human resources planning. Is HR planning indeed of any of strategic importance? Why (not)? Please help.

 
 
HRP is Strategically Important
David Wilson, Manager, Canada
Human Resources Planning is the process of identifying current and future human resources needs. It involves securing the right people, building a supportive work environment, and developing the capacity to ensure the organization's success and a confident future. Treasury board of Canada believes HRP is an important part of succession planning and management. Taken together, these planning processes help identify, develop, and retain the talent necessary to achieve current and projected business objectives.
 

   











 

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