i searched alot then only i posted my question over this site......but no reply as such....if this word is new to all so plzz do tell me as m quite confused.....actuallly i want to determine which departement in hospital need employees & which don't....and the hospital in which m working there are 36 departement....i want to know the exact procedure......i have to mapp mnpower for each departement but HOW?? is the BIG QUESTION.......:huh:
26th June 2009 From India, Pune

Prof X
Nursing Administration & Management,
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Ask your management what are their future plans of business????
Approach each & every HoD and ask him/her how much manpower do/will they require why???
What work these new employees will be doing?????
As HoDs instead of recruiting new person can we allocate some activities to current employees????
Hope all these answers will take you to decide on manpower planning of the company.
Hope this clarifies you????
26th June 2009 From India, Pune
Hello Niyati,
I do not understand what you mean by you searched a lot. If you were looking for the precise info you might not get it. In which case, you may have to broaden the search. Anyway, by Google search, I have found this paper that you will have to digest and see how it can be ADAPTED.
http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/409605_6 found at
Hospital Healthcare Europe - Needs-oriented manpower planning in hospitals
manpower mapping + hospital departments - Google Search
26th June 2009 From United Kingdom
thank you very much for your information, and searching alot means i did all the afforts of my part and it really differ person to person on serching on net...... thank you for your help,it will help me alot
27th June 2009 From India, Pune
Dear Niyati
Seek guidance from you immediate boos.
Its a job of highly skilled people. This requires internal studies on many aspects (present work conditions and manpower strengths, financial approvals, infrastructral study, departmental study, resource utilization and mapping, etc). Manpower planning is conducted by keeping past experiences and projecting present and future needs.
28th June 2009 From India, Delhi
This manpower planning is most Important part....
According to me you need to study all departments 1st so that you can understand needs and wants of each department. Later you need understand which department is on high priority and rank according to that so that you can plan and complete your work.
Also you need to study Roles and hierarchy of your organization so that you can plan for Organization structure as well.
Anand Hegde
Compensation and Benefits
Infosys Technologies Ltd.
28th June 2009 From India, Bangalore
Man power planning is an integration of your effort to seek the number of staffing in its potentials. With it you assess the value also of the whole community and the worker you wish to set for improvement. Have it a way to present the numbers of experiences by one box, thier potentials, Certificates, and other useful tools of information you would basically need in the administrative presentation point of views.
The admin mostly likely seeks the big pictures of your hospital manpower in terms of numbers, productivity, usefullness, Room For Improvements (RFI) and etc....
28th June 2009 From Saudi Arabia
Don't worry.:no:.... if you could give a detail of your departments and the present status of manpower, along with their JD's may be we could help you.
you can contact me on
29th June 2009 From India, Manipal
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