Workforce Planning Portal
STEP FIVE: EVALUATION
Evaluation and adjustments are implicit in Workforce Planning.
The overarching objective of evaluation is to answer the question: “Did we accomplish what we said we were going to with the amount of resources (time, money and people) we said we were going to use to do Workforce Planning?”
Evaluation is an ongoing process that will help an agency identify accomplishments and determine unmet goals. The evaluation process is a critical component of the planning process – it’s important to establish the performance measures and evaluation process at the beginning of Workforce Planning. By doing so, you’ll be able to assess not only whether your workforce plan is meeting its goals, but also how effective the planning process itself has been.
The Evaluation process will help you:
- Gauge the effectiveness of implementing workforce planning, strategies and actions in your organization.
- Identify WFP results.
- Summarize your accomplishments.
- Identify lessons learned.
- Make adjustments to assumptions, strategies and action plans going forward.
REVIEW AND ASSESSMENT
> STEP ONE: STRATEGY