Introducing C.Co’s Contribution to Outcomes Model

By John Knight
What is the C2O Model?

Organisational structures can stifle decision-making. Our Contribution to Outcomes Model (C2O) provides a modern and flexible way to understand your organisational structures in order to find efficiencies.

Unlike more traditional approaches, which apply a ‘one size fits all’ spans and layers approach, our C2O Model recognises that different structures are needed, depending on the nature of the function and the outcomes that are required.

Why use our C2O Model?

Our C2O model can provide very rapid evidence to identify savings opportunities and improve organisational alignment. The model provides a quick and useful way to assess an organisation – from a single team to a whole council – and allows a consistent approach to look at the appropriateness of structures.

The model can ultimately provide a method to challenge current structures by looking for structural anomalies and ‘hot spots’, and also to test them to find rapid organisational efficiencies.

How does the C2O Model work?

The C2O Model overlays a best practice approach to organisational spans of control and layers of hierarchy with an assessment of types of management roles. It recognises that not all management roles are about staff supervision and that there are different types of management requirement, from operational delivery to strategic leadership.

Contact us to arrange a conversation to find out how our C2O Model can help you improve efficiency and identify savings opportunities.