HR Performance Management Tools for Employee Engagement: RACI

Performance Management Tools

This slideshow offers one of great{with}talent‘s most useful HR performance management tools: RACI. It’s helpful for decreasing duplication of work, clarifying roles and building teamwork. Staff can understand their role and other’s better, increasing employee engagement and saving resources.

HR Performance Management Tools for Employee Engagement: RACI

Organisations can find that there is duplication or confusion over who certain roles and responsibilities belong too. This can waste resources, cause disagreements and lower team morale.

This issue can be seen most often during times of organisational change. Evidently this has become a trend in companies after the tubulent times that saw a vast increase in redundancies.

Read: Four Steps to Managing Organisational Change.

To deal with this organisational change and reattribute roles and responsibilities, organisations can use such performance management tools as RACI. This is a quick and easy way to address the problem.

This approach can involve all members of a team. This will allow disagreements and overlaps to be flagged.

By creating an RACI chart, organisations and employees can see what areas need to be streamlined. Alongside, confusion, power struggles and who has taken on a heavier workload.

The organisation can then address and discuss with employees to balance the roles and responsibilities on the chart. Staff will feel involved in the decision-making so employee engagement can rise.

Read: Engaging Employees with Staff Team Building Ideas – Personal Shield.

Furthermore, people will have a greater understanding of what they and their co-workers are doing. Whilst some may even experience a release of pressure from any office politics or imbalance in workload.

This is all important for a fresh start after organisational change but may also need to be addressed by every organisation to improve performance.

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