Business Case
National Labor Observatory
Prepared By Mousa Bawadi ((IT Manager ,MA ,PMP , PMOC, MCSE , CCNA ,ITIL, CCNSP, ...
Executive Summery
 National Labor Observatory analytical office focus on labor market
research
 The Observatory will pro...
Project background
 National Labor Observatory have been established in several
countries to tackle the unemployment dile...
Org. Size Number of Workers Saudi Workers
Tiny (< 10) 1,780,937 21 ,250
Small (10-49) 1,823,386 7l,759
Medium (50--l99) 1,...
Strategic objectives
In order to achieve visions and apply the strategies adopted by the kingdom’s
decision makers and pol...
Assumptions
 Adequate funds
 stakeholder Support Regulations
 Quality of input data
Time
Overall Objectives
Short Term (2 Years) Medium Term (3-5 Years) Long Term (6-25 Years)
Control Unemployment Increase ...
Key Stakeholders
 Ministry of labor
 Ministry of Education
 Human resource development Fund
 Private sector
 Public S...
Challenges
 Saudi culture
 Current Education Status
 Ensure that job creation for nationals occurs in manner that reinf...
Project Phases
 Project Phases:
Inception
Design
Implementation
Training & Support
Inception Framework
+ Strategic Ob...
 Tasks :
 Collect & Analyze requirements
 Define initiativeStrategic Objectives & drivers for LMO (Labor market
observe...
Design Phase
 Tasks :
 Define Major LMO components
 Design Incentive system
 Design analytical Reporting Service
 Des...
Implementation Phases
 Tasks :
Bid analysis for the RFP
Vendor Selection
Build LMO Portal
Monitor & control vendor Pr...
Training & Support Phase
 Tasks :
Train Portal Users
Provide Awareness Sessions
Review & Enhance Portal outputs
Provi...
Conclusion
Advocating for the organization / job seekers to use the National
Labor Observatory portal as a formal tribune ...
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Business Case for PMO ( National labor observatory - KSA )

National labor observatory KSA , MLO , Saudi Arabia , labor KSA , PMO
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Published in: Economy & Finance      
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Transcripts - Business Case for PMO ( National labor observatory - KSA )

  • 1. Business Case National Labor Observatory Prepared By Mousa Bawadi ((IT Manager ,MA ,PMP , PMOC, MCSE , CCNA ,ITIL, CCNSP, Associate)
  • 2. Executive Summery  National Labor Observatory analytical office focus on labor market research  The Observatory will provide real time integrated information about the development of human resources, collect data and analyses trends in education and the labor market against the background of social and economic changes.  National Labor Observatory provides participants (policy makers, employers, job seekers and others) with reliable labor related data and information (“evidence”) to improve their decision making.
  • 3. Project background  National Labor Observatory have been established in several countries to tackle the unemployment dilemma between citizens while the labor market flooded by expatriates.  Lack of performance measurement indices among the systems caused failure to provide jobs to citizens and caused a state of confusion and dissatisfaction among employing entities.  In Saudi Arabia, unemployment rate has increased in the last few years and have become a very political issue for the Saudi government.  There are 1.4 million unemployed citizens and 8 million expatriates working in the Saudi labor market. In 2011
  • 4. Org. Size Number of Workers Saudi Workers Tiny (< 10) 1,780,937 21 ,250 Small (10-49) 1,823,386 7l,759 Medium (50--l99) 1,582,555 190,263 Large (500-2999) 1,428.22 237.,851 Giant (3000+) 798,029 121,,593 Total 7,413,127 645,716 0 1,000,000 2,000,000 3,000,000 4,000,000 5,000,000 6,000,000 7,000,000 8,000,000 Tiny (< 10) Small (10-49) Medium (50-- l99) Large (500- 2999) Giant (3000+) Total Number of Employees by Size and Type Number of Workers Saudi Workers Statistics .. Total Workers Vs Saudi Workers Total Workers Vs Saudi Workers
  • 5. Strategic objectives In order to achieve visions and apply the strategies adopted by the kingdom’s decision makers and politicians to improve and develop the local market, increase productivity and balance the numbers of Saudi labors with expatriates, the following strategic objectives are essential for establishing the LMO: 1. Observe and monitor the market and its employees in all the kingdom’s market sectors. 2. Enhance the decision making process by providing analytical integrated reports. 3. Monitor the different Saudization initiatives results. 4. Control the market’s unemployment 5. Align the educational institutions systems with the Saudi market needs. 6. Achieve the highest nationalization performance by hiring the highest percentage of Saudi employees on all market segments / Distribute Saudi labor on the Kingdom’s entire geographic locations
  • 6. Assumptions  Adequate funds  stakeholder Support Regulations  Quality of input data
  • 7. Time Overall Objectives Short Term (2 Years) Medium Term (3-5 Years) Long Term (6-25 Years) Control Unemployment Increase employment Establish the base of employment growth Market Realization of full employment Redirect Saudi Labor to the New Trend Market Need assessment for : - current market - Geographic locations - Enterprise organization needs Apply the incentive system in order to benefit the market’s organizations and allow the Saudi labor to prosper. Achieve the highest nationalization performance by hiring the highest percentage of Saudi employees on all market segments / Distribute Saudi labor on the Kingdom’s entire geographic locations Align education with market needs Framework the needed qualifications and improve the performance of educational system to recruit Saudis labor with high capabilities in order to be an active member in the new market Transfer the educational vision into a course work and apply the offered content as a curriculum in the Kingdom’s educational facilities. -Deliver workshops to assist the students develop their capabilities and skills. -Amplify the benefits from the educational systems by building join ventures between the private sectors and the educational entities. Framework
  • 8. Key Stakeholders  Ministry of labor  Ministry of Education  Human resource development Fund  Private sector  Public Sector  Educational institutions  Saudi labors
  • 9. Challenges  Saudi culture  Current Education Status  Ensure that job creation for nationals occurs in manner that reinforces the development for labor market  Saudi women face working obstacles
  • 10. Project Phases  Project Phases: Inception Design Implementation Training & Support Inception Framework + Strategic Objective Design Business Model Business Model Implementation PortalStart Finish Training & Support Training Session
  • 11.  Tasks :  Collect & Analyze requirements  Define initiativeStrategic Objectives & drivers for LMO (Labor market observer)  Study Global Benchmarks  Build Framework for LMO  Build Business Case  Deliverables :  Approved Strategic & Business Objectives  Approved Framework Inception Framework + Strategic Objective Design Business Model Business Model Implementation PortalStart Finish Training & Support Training Session Inception Phase
  • 12. Design Phase  Tasks :  Define Major LMO components  Design Incentive system  Design analytical Reporting Service  Design Job Employers / seekers / decision makers journey ( Story Board)  Design Marketing Plan  Define integration Model between Different systems ( MOL / HRDF / MOE )  Build RFP for Portal Implementation  Build RFP for Marketing Campaign  Deliverables :  Business Model  RFP for Portal  Marketing Plan  RFP for Marketing Campaign Inception Framework + Strategic Objective Design Business Model Business Model Implementation PortalStart Finish Training & Support Training Session
  • 13. Implementation Phases  Tasks : Bid analysis for the RFP Vendor Selection Build LMO Portal Monitor & control vendor Progress for Building Portals Monitor & Control vendor progress for delivering marketing Campaign  Deliverables : Fully Launched LMO Portal Inception Framework + Strategic Objective Design Business Model Business Model Implementation PortalStart Finish Training & Support Training Session
  • 14. Training & Support Phase  Tasks : Train Portal Users Provide Awareness Sessions Review & Enhance Portal outputs Provide any needed support for the stakeholders  Deliverables : Training , awareness Sessions Inception Framework + Strategic Objective Design Business Model Business Model Implementation PortalStart Finish Training & Support Training Session
  • 15. Conclusion Advocating for the organization / job seekers to use the National Labor Observatory portal as a formal tribune to distribute information, new policies, decisions and important issues to the key stakeholder will Ensure that job creation for Saudi labors occurs in manner that reinforces the development for labor market.

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