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Staffing is how you build your team for your delivery.

Frank Blecha
Frank Blecha
2 min read
Staffing is how you build your team for your delivery.

There are many business-specific details, but you'll need people and teams to help accomplish your goals. Here's a sample of what you should consider in your staffing plan:

  • How many folks of a given skill set and experience do you need?
  • Where do you need them?
  • How are you going to recruit them?
  • When do you need them?
  • How are you going to onboard them?
  • Are some of these new roles of a higher position than current employees?
  • If a current employee applies, do you have a plan to handle that?

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