In order to be successful with workforce planning, you need to be crystal clear on what the organisation is try to achieve.
And by defining workplace roles in terms of real-world outcomes – concrete objectives that each employee is working towards – you create role clarity, and everyone’s on the same page.
This also creates higher engagement, and taps into the way that human beings naturally achieve things.
Using real-world outcomes (RWOs) also creates accountability at all levels, and helps shape the direction of your workforce.
Discover what a RWO job definition looks like and how to create one.