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Transition Management
Transition Management
GUIDE TO DEVELOP SAMPLE AGENCY WORKFORCE TRANSITION PLAN
Action Item
Description/How To
Date
Needed/Timeframe
Assigned To:
Status
1. Meet with managers
and leadership of
administrative services
employees and functions
Agency management and leadership will be an integral
part of communicating the changes, identifying the new
roles and aiding with the transition.
If necessary or appropriate for your agency, ask
managers to help identify future roles and timing of
employees identified on the tracking tool.
By April 1, 1999
2. Define workforce
transition categories and
strategy
Using the different categories of workforce transition
defined in Module 2.0 slide # 10, determine the different
definitions that will apply to your agency. Tailor
definitions as necessary.
By July 1, 1999
3. Develop Agency’s
Workforce Transition
Strategy document
Develop an outline for a strategy that addresses your
agency’s specific needs. A sample outline is included.
An outline will help keep the strategy focused and brief.
Once outline is agreed upon, prepare document. The
document should include policies, procedures, definitions
and transition philosophy for the agency. This document
would ideally be shared with your administrative services
employees in the form of an easy to read flow chart.
By July 1, 1999
4. Identify employees
who will
Need to use MARS by
July 1, 1999
Develop strategy for identifying employees and
document
Using the agencies as-is administrative services data,
identify employees who will need to use MARS by July
1, 1999. Use the tracking tool to log this information.
By April 1, 1999
4.1 Complete roles
worksheet for these
employees
Using the Excel file [AgencyNumber]_ [DeptName].xls
and the AsIs_ToBe maps, identify the appropriate roles
and enter them into the To-Be Roles Worksheet for the
employees identified as needing to use MARS by July 1
1999. As appropriate work with your agency
administrative managers and leadership.
By April 15, 1999
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