The simple answer is: You don’t, because the two go hand-in-hand.
It’s not about migrating or switching from one model to another. It’s more about looking at your project/ programme and asking yourself if there are any opportunities for you to use outcome-based resource instead of, or even alongside, your contingent labour.
If you do identify a potential opportunity for you to use an outcome-based delivery model rather than (or alongside) your contingent labour, instead of thinking about migrating, the first step you must undertake is to clearly define what you need.
This can be done in one of two ways:
- You define the scope of the project/programme of work and then a consulting partner comes in and validates it before commencing the work.
- If you can’t yet define the scope of the project/programme of work, ask your consulting partner to do it for you.
At Rullion we use a series of tools, made up of questionnaires and workshops, to help our customers define what the outcomes of a project/programme should be.
Part of our approach and service is to clearly define your outcomes as much as possible and then to put together the SOW for you. So rather than having to author the SOW in its entirety yourself, you’re just approving content that you’re happy with.
This is because writing a statement of work (SOW) can be an arduous and time-consuming piece of work for some organisations to undertake, and often opting for contingent labour can seem like the path of least resistance. That’s why having a specialist provider that can help do it for you can be hugely helpful and take a lot of the pressure off. You can download our Statement of Work Template here.
Need help looking at your project/ programme to see if there are any opportunities for you to use outcome-based resource instead of, or even alongside, your contingent labour? Request a call back using the form below.