This article explores why headcount reporting problems exist and will likely worsen, especially for multinational companies, unless improved workforce planning frameworks are implemented.
Brad Jorgensen, Dprof
Brad Jorgensen, Dprof, has had a rich and varied career across a number of roles in the private and public sector. He is currently employed as the Infohrm Research Fellow QUT, a hybrid academic and business consultancy role, where he teaches change management and high performance work systems. Brad consults in human services, utilities, and mining and education sectors. His research interests include population aging, workforce planning, high performance work systems, and economic globalization. He holds a professional doctorate and master’s of Human Resources Management from Central Queensland University and is happily married with three daughters.