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Session start – 5.45 pm
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Workforce Planning during Transformation
Come and join us for a facilitated discussion with Peter Chapman, Logistics Workforce Manager in the Royal Australian Navy about the challenges, opportunities and lessons learnt from strategic workforce planning during constant transformation of progressive demand transitions and changing demographics.
This forum is suggested for workforce planners who are keen to learn more about strategic workforce planning in a large organisation experiencing ongoing transformation and meeting future demand requirements. We want to share learnings and experience, and welcome HR professionals who wish to deepen their understanding of the importance and intricacies of strategic workforce planning, demographics, analytics, and our role in meeting future supply requirements.
Speaker: Peter Chapman, Logistics Workforce Manager, Royal Australian Navy
Peter is the Workforce Manager for Logistics in the Navy’s Workforce Management Directorate, which encompasses 1500 of the Navy’s 14,500 uniformed personnel. His main efforts in workforce planning are managing changing career profiles and demographics to meet current workforce needs, as well as transforming the workforce to create sustainable future demand profiles and developing the supply to meet that demand.
Peter has been educated, trained and operated in both workforce planning and military logistics for the last 15 years. After initially training and working in Navy logistics, he studied a Masters in Military Workforce Planning and Analytics with the US Navy in California. He is currently combining these two core skills with deep understanding of both. He has worked in a range of Navy and Department of Defence roles in analytics and workforce development, as well as serving in Navy Ship’s as the logistics specialist. Most recently he was the Head of Logistics on board HMAS Canberra, currently the largest and most complex Ship in the Australian Navy’s Fleet.
Peter’s current career forecast is recovering a supply gap in the Navy workforce, and ensuring the Navy has the logistics capability specialists required to support and operate the future Navy platforms that are to be delivered as outlined in the Defence White Paper.
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