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Customer Success Story – CITIC Pacific Mining

Summary As the size of CITIC Pacific Mining’s workforce began to grow, the HR team saw the need for automation to manage its growing organisation chart. Before 2009, CPM was updating its org chart manually in Visio.   In 2009, CPM explored several options, finally coming across Navigo. Their org charting solutions could lift the […]

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Understanding org.manager for SuccessFactors Org Charts

[Webinar] Have you been finding that the inbuilt org charts in SAP SuccessFactors don’t have the functionality you need? Watch our 30 minute webinar to take a virtual tour of the many features & benefits of org charting in SuccessFactors. Learn the difference between the SuccessFactors standard org charts and the extended functionality available in […]

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7 Steps to Planning a Successful Restructure [Checklist]

By / May 31, 2019 / / 0 Comments

Being tasked to plan a workforce restructure is an intimidating task. If the past has taught us anything, to remain competitive – organisations must be prepared to change and adapt. Over time, traditional structures can become counter-productive to business goals. This tends to be the major driver leading to workforce restructures.   The restructure process […]

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Hutt City Council Success Story – org.manager

By / January 31, 2019 / , , / 0 Comments

  Task: to create a flexible HR dashboard for Hutt City Council New Zealand’s Hutt City Council identified that they needed a solution that could combine all of their extensive HR information into one system. Their team turned to org.manager to visualise the contact details of its 450 employees, as well as displaying org charts […]

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New Year, New Me! Begin Your 2019 Payroll & HR Data Cleanse Project!

By / January 10, 2019 / , , , / 0 Comments

Hopefully everyone had a wonderful Christmas and New Years! Now that we have some January downtime, it’s the perfect opportunity to check if our departments are still aligned to meet our business objectives. Below are three org charting projects that set you up to begin the year fresh. Learn how to visualise and correct any […]

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How the Bank of Queensland automates their org charts with Planning@Work

How can we create our org charts, faster? The Bank of Queensland’s tired old process for constructing org charts was too time-consuming to keep pace with the organisation. The HR team made the switch to Planning@Work to create their org charts quicker, have greater access to workplace analytics, and have improved visibility of the organisation. By doing so, the […]

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7 Steps to Planning a Successful Restructure [Updated 2019]

By / August 22, 2016 / , / 5 Comments

Being tasked to plan a workforce restructure is an intimidating task. If the past has taught us anything, to remain competitive – organisations must be prepared to change and adapt. Over time, traditional structures can become counter-productive to business goals. This tends to be the major driver leading to workforce restructures.   The restructure process […]

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Webinar- Hack your org charts with Planning@Work

Hack your restructures with Planning@Work in this webinar: Wednesday, the 24th of February at 12:00pm AEDT Take control of your organisation’s shape and direction by predicting the future using Planning@Work. What would you do if an executive member left? What would happen if you had to go through a major restructure? Hack your own brain with Planning@Work to have the […]

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WEBINAR: Create and update org charts automagically with Planning@Work

How long does it take you to create an org chart for one department? Now- how long would it take you to create an org chart for your entire organisation? If it takes longer than ‘no time at all’, this is the webinar for you. Join Grant Cumming, our warlock of org charts, and Megan Shields, […]

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Succession Planning is the most important module in org charting

Succession planning is the best tool to grow your employees and retain your top performers I’ve spent the last 18 months reading and writing about the latest thinking on HR. All my reading on HR always links back to the same points: It is going to become difficult to find great employees, and it is […]

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