Having had the privilege of working with many organisations on their WFM initiatives, Jarrod realised the WFM investment process is highly predictable; the same problems occur, over and over. So, he identified a number of key areas of the WFM investment process that, if enacted correctly, will ensure that the investments you make in WFM return the defined business benefits you are seeking. Following this methodology will help develop your workforce, tighten its culture, improve brand loyalty and strengthen alignment to long-term organisational goals.
From his experience he saw many organisations, in particular product suppliers, focus on implementation. While implementation is an important step in the process, it is only one step that your organisation needs to undertake. Hence, the methodology he created – Smart WFM 5-Step Methodology – looks at the entire WFM lifecycle. You can adopt the methodology at any of the five steps, moving back and forth between each step relevant to your business initiative, as depicted by the bi-directional symbol on the diagram.
Top of mind in this methodology – however you enact it – is people.