Resource management plan or strategy and identify the current utilisation scenario? - CiteHR
Dinesh Divekar
Business Mentor, Consultant And Trainer
Suchthiya
Student

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I am working in an IT company as a hr, my CEO wants me to prepare resource management plan or strategy and identify the current utilisation scenario like resource mapping - please suggest me ways to identify it.
Dear Suchthiya,

For an IT company, the major resource is human resource. About 70-80% of your company's spend is "Employee Cost". Therefore, your focus should be on human resource utilisation. Your other focus could on utilisation of capital equipment.

To give further reply, you need to provide further information. You need to tell us what is department-wise manpower break up, what are their measures of performance, what is gap in attainment of those measures, what type of capital equipment do you have, what is Internal Rate of Return (IRR) for each equipment etc.

In the manufacturing sector, to derive the productivity measures, they conduct "Time and Motion Study". What similar study have you conducted in respect of your company?

There are so many questions associated with your post. You need to provide complete information. Suggestions can be given only then.

Thanks,

Dinesh Divekar


dear Dinesh ,
he wants us to find out the gap between the manpower existing and required , and do a gap analysis and map it, also and form a strategy to it. so what are the ways we can analysis it in an IT sector .its a new company .i hope i am clear :).

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