The Vision Planning and Consulting, LLC. (VPC) team just returned from Fairbanks, Alaska, after facilitating a week-long workshop for the Alaska Fire Service (AFS) to re-evaluate the Agency’s organizational structure. The workshop included: delineating roles and responsibilities, crafting new mission and vision statements, discussing pros and cons of proposed duty reassignments, and hands-on activities such as drafting new Tables of Organization.
AFS Leadership participating in a hands-on reorganization exercise Over the four-day period, VPC helped the AFS leadership identify the roles and responsibilities of AFS, and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) State Office; worked with AFS to reassign certain operational functions and duties to other offices or units, for a more efficient and better aligned organization; and developed a long-term reorganizational structure.
VPC will develop a transition plan for AFS which will include current and future: positions; branch/unit; supervisors; GS pay scales; interdependencies to implementation; and a priority and timeline. This will allow AFS to implement their planning actions and track them consistently.
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