Scheduling & Wellbeing Modules

Scheduling is much more than creating shifts, so we have designed a series of webinars to explore the opportunities in developing the right flexibility strategy for your business.

Understanding your Volatility & Flexibility

Published on 11 June 2020

Understanding your Volatility & Flexibility

The basis of a best practice scheduling strategy is a clear understanding of the volatility of workload and the amount of flexibility to need and can afford.  This module introduces you to theoretical models and calculations to understand your flexibility need.  Learning outcomes include:
 - What does volatility & flexibility mean and the importance of defining these for your business.
 - How to calculate the volatility of demand and amount of flexibility available
 - Understanding different flexibility needs based on different starting positions, e.g. annually and daily, compared to average, compared to budget

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