Role profile chart for undoable jobs

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Proximity to business results
Policy and advisory
Change management /
technical leadership
Front line operations
and service delivery
Strategic
Business strategy
Functional
strategy
Transmitting the strategy:
Can this person translate and
communicate the strategy in a
way which is actionable for
their part of the organisation?
Operational
Functional policy
Junior policy /
strategy
Vertical moves through
the levels represent
typical career
progression, but skipping
levels creates problems
This is unlikely to be a successful
move. The learning curve on a
number of fronts e.g. leading large
teams, direct accountability for
targets is too steep to tackle in one
move.
Leading diverse groups: Can this
this person work with and motivate
groups of diverse individuals i.e.
not just like-minded professionals?
Tackling the new: Can this person
confidently tackle relatively
unfamiliar problems and develop
effective business solutions?
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Horizontal career moves
are the most difficult /
developmental
Diagonal moves (i.e. an
increase in ‘level’ and
‘type’) are possible but
are likely to fail if they are
not managed carefully
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