Unika Atma Jaya Jakarta, November 7 & 14, 2009 (two Saturdays in a row)
Workshop Background & Objectives:
Company needs to change continuously either to lead the competition, to sustain their
growth, to keep their position or merely to survive. The change initiatives always have
impact to the employees – the manpower. Some companies consider their manpower as
assets, some as human resource and now the trend is to regard the manpower as human
capital. Nevertheless, there is always a cost factor associated with attracting,
managing, developing, and retaining manpower. As such, the planning should be in the
highest quality to ensure that the manpower requirement both quantity and quality is
accurate leading to optimum the cost effectiveness. Understanding that each business is
unique and the nature of the industry may be different – one from the others, how
can we develop a manpower planning which will give the highest quality result?
Let’s find the solution in this workshop.
By the end of this training, participants will be able to:
1. Understand the Manpower Planning and different types of manpower planning as
required by different industry
2. Able to develop manpower planning as required by the specific industry (quantitative
3. Able to develop manpower planning for different business initiatives (business as
usual, high growth, merger & acquisition, retrenchment, etc)
4. Able to develop manpower planning for different time horizon (short, medium and
5. Able to identify manpower requirements (qualitative aspects).
6. Able to calculate manpower costing.
7. Able to calculate the manpower cost (Personnel Cost)
Workshop content outline:
1. The change in competition and business environment as driver for
2. Cascading down Vision & Mission to Business Goals, Business Strategy, HR Strategic
Planning and finally to Manpower Planning.
3. Relationship between Organization Development, Manpower Planning and Talent
4. Understanding Manpower Planning types.
a. According to Industry
b. According to Business Initiative
c. According to Time Horizon
d. According to Company Life Cycle
5. Understanding Manpower Requirement
6. Key Success Factors and Pitfalls of developing manpower plan.
7. Manpower Planning Assumptions and Manpower Planning Process (as integrated part of
Financial Planning and Budgeting Process)
8. Calculate Manpower Cost
9. Impact of Manpower Planning to Recruitment Plan, Staffing and Placement
10. Impact of Manpower Planning to other HR initiatives (e.g. Talent Management,
11. Measurement for successful manpower planning
Who Should Attend
• HR Manager, Supervisor, Specialist of Human Resources involved or
interested in manpower planning
• Line Managers including in manpower planning team or of organization undergoing
or poised to undergo business change
• HR personnel with responsibility in change management of organization undergoing
• Human Resources General Practitioners and Human Resources Professionals with
interest in manpower planning.
people management consulting firm, with 20 years of well-rounded experienced in HR.
Previous management positions in Holcim and Charoen Pokphand and consulting experience
in Accenture and PriceWaterhouseCoopers with, clients were multinational and big
companies both local and overseas,
Pungki Purnadi, HR practitioner with more than 15 years experiences in handling
HR matters in some multinational companies such as TOTALFINAELF, MedcoEnergi and
Petronas. He has also some years experiences with international management consultant,
handling some HR matters in tobaccos, pulp & paper and cement industries. He is also
Coordinator of HR Curriculum Block at Certified Human Resources Professional Program
– Unika Atma Jaya.
In-door Business Simulation / role plays
Investment: Rp. 3.400.000 per person (includes 10% VAT, workshop
materials, certificate, drinks, snacks, and Lunch)