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Short-staffed? Maximize scarce resources with knowledge resource planning

Scarce resources in organizations There is a growing shortage of skilled knowledge workers, or “gold collar” workers. The inability to find and maintain enough engineers, programmers, systems designers, scientists and chemists is a serious threat to profitability and growth— especially for project-driven organizations in the information technology, pharmaceutical, and professional services industries. John O’Neil describes […]

Scarce resources in organizations

There is a growing shortage of skilled knowledge workers, or “gold collar” workers. The inability to find and maintain enough engineers, programmers, systems designers, scientists and chemists is a serious threat to profitability and growth— especially for project-driven organizations in the information technology, pharmaceutical, and professional services industries.

John O’Neil describes how short-staffed organizations are dragged into the dysfunctional spiral. He recommends the knowledge resource planning Approach.

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We discovered the article after we developed Binocs, but it is amazing how well our visions are aligned.

 

Happy reading: https://www.pmi.org/learning/library/knowledge-resource-planning-optimize-utilization-5071

 

article by
Geert Vanhove
Co-founder and Executive VP of BINOCS