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The new role of the planner in self-scheduling

In many sectors, such as industry, the planner has a traditional role: he is responsible for day-to-day planning, often arranges…

The 7 success factors of selfrostering

Self-scheduling offers many advantages for employers and employees. That is nothing new. But to start with self-scheduling is not something…

Towards a sustainable and flexible organization

Organizations, society and the economy will require strong resilience to recover after the Covid-19 crisis. There is a lot of…

biological clock
Did you know that the biological clock is a small part of the brain?

The biological clock is part of the brain, making up a mere one third of a cubic millimetre worth. So, it’s super small, but still has a seriously big impact.

Four levels of personnel planning
Good, better, best, phenomenal: 4 levels of workforce planning

With the rise of planning as a serious area of expertise, questions about what good, professional planning is, also come to the fore more often. In this article, we outline four stages of workforce planning that yield excellent personnel planning.

5 frequently made mistakes in workforce scheduling
5 frequently made mistakes in workforce scheduling

Despite the fact that every planner works towards optimal planning and good schedules, things don't always go as planned. What are the most common mistakes and how can you go about solving them? An alert and cautious planner is worth two who don't go the extra mile.