How to Interpret Your Results

Here you will find analysis that aggregates all of the information for your team.

The chart shows the percentage of Tasks (i.e., team’s work performed) and Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs; i.e., team’s capabilities) you selected in each Category of the Workforce Framework. You can interpret the chart in the following ways:

If Tasks are greater in a given Category than KSAs, this means that your team may not have all the capabilities required to perform each Task you selected in that area. You can develop skills by assigning training or other developmental activities (e.g., job shadowing, mentoring, certifications), or consider hiring staff with the needed skills.

If KSAs are greater in a given Category than Tasks, this means that your team has capabilities in a certain area but are not performing all the work that they have the ability to. You can explore all potential Tasks and KSAs for each position to determine if there are additional Tasks your team needs to perform. Explore Tasks and KSAs by clicking the “View Details” button in the positions below.

If Tasks and KSAs are fairly even in a given Category, this means that your team has a healthy balance of capabilities and work performed in that area.

If there are visible highs or lows between Tasks and KSAs across Categories, note that this may mean your team has a notable mismatch of KSAs and/or Tasks. For example, if your team performs a significant amount of work in the Investigate Category (Tasks) but mostly has skills in the Operate and Maintain Category (KSAs), you will likely have an underperforming team and need to develop the right skills and establish positions more aligned to the work.

Below are the positions on your team. Displayed are the identifying information for each position and the degree to which each position aligns to common roles in the Workforce Framework. Common roles are made up of Tasks that are usually performed together and the KSAs that are often required to perform the Tasks.

Last Published Date: 
March 1, 2018