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Resource management: Can Do offers skill-based planning

Ulrike Wanner
06.11.2020 | 1 min reading time

Human Resources / May 2018: Can Do provides skill-based planning

The Munich-based software company Can Do enables skill-based resource planning. With its software of the same name, the IT company offers a solution for skill-based capacity planning to counter the much-cited War for Talents. This enables the exact allocation of suitable employees in interdisciplinary and cross-location projects.


Fotolia_61532290_L_Olivier-le-Moal-800x640 (1)First of all, the skills available in the company must be recorded centrally in a so-called skills library. This serves as a data pool for finding suitable employees and is intended to provide information about skills, skill requirements and possible quali-fication gaps at the push of a button. This enables management to plan ahead and to build up the skills they will need in the future through appropriate training measures at an early stage.

 

>> HR must take the skills into account!

Ulrike Wanner
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Ulrike Wanner

I am responsible for the corporate communications of Can Do GmbH and examine the effects of digitalization on conventional planning strategies. Of particular interest is the increasing influence of individual skills and artificial intelligence on the quality of project planning.