Training Capacity Planning

The pace of change within companies is increasing exponentially and there is not an end in sight. That change results in shifting training needs, but most training organizations don’t have processes for translating the needs of the business to a training capacity plan that defines:

  • What work needs to be done by the field workforce in the short- and long-term.
  • The number of employees who currently have the competencies needed to do that work.
  • The delta in the number of employees needed to execute on business priorities over the short- and long-term.
  • The capacity of the training organization and operations to fill skill gaps and train new employees.

With increasing pressure on training organizations to deliver performance-driving learning experiences, it’s crucial to understand the capacity and constraints within both the training department and the workforce. Effectively aligning training efforts to business priorities is critical to meeting both short- and long-term strategic objectives.

Mosaic partners with training organizations to work within existing operational planning models to analyze operations data and build capacity planning strategies to meet the needs of the business today (scheduled training) and into the future (emerging business needs).

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