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Conducting a Demand Analysis
Conducting a demand analysis involves understanding your organization's current and future workforce requirements.
Questions to consider
- What drivers affect my organization's workload?
- How is workload measured from service to service?
- How many staff are needed to deliver each service?
- What percentage of an FTE's time is required to deliver a service/product?
- Are there anticipated changes in technology, policies, regulations, or customer base that would affect workload demand?
- How would workload in each service line be impacted by those changes?
- How would changes in FTEs affect workload in my organization?
- What opportunities are there to leverage resources with other intenal offices?
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