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Workforce planning Dashboard Template

The best workforce planning process needs to provide visualizations and trends of your existing workforce and future demand.

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Uri Kogan

March 7, 2022 1 min read

Workforce planning Dashboard Template

The best workforce planning process needs to provide visualizations and trends of your existing workforce and future demand to challenge your thinking, facilitate discussions and decisions about trade-offs across your executive stakeholders.

This template provides three different dashboards: 

  1. All departments. This gives finance and the executive team a view of the entire business and can help you spot discontinuities, cash flow risks (for example, if bonuses and salary increases are in the same month and not planned for properly)
  2. Department. This presents the same data as above for a single department, for sharing with stakeholders who don’t need to see the entire business.
  3. Employment type. For businesses with a mix of exempt and nonexempt employees, it can be helpful to view headcount and compensation data separately for each category.

Click here to access it:

Google Sheets | Excel

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Uri Kogan

Uri Kogan leads marketing and go to market strategy at OnPlan. Uri brings experience as a B2B SaaS marketing executive at a number of high-growth companies, including Nuxeo, where he created a new category of Product Asset Management, leading to a 12x ARR exit, and AppZen, where he led AppZen’s entry into the AP market and served as interim CMO. Earlier in his career, Uri led software marketing teams, incubated new services products, executed turnarounds, and led award-winning global supply chain initiatives at HP. Uri holds a B.A. in economics and a B. Music in opera performance from Northwestern University, and an MBA from Kellogg.

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