Case Study Spotlight: AIMCo’s Approach to Results-Based Work

Case Study Spotlight: AIMCo’s Approach to Results-Based Work

Human Resources
Pages:12 pages11 min read

Author: Dilys Leman, Diogo Borba, Leah Ringwald


This research looks at the performance-driven results-based work (RBW) model as implemented by a Canadian organization and examines its approach, outcomes, and prospects.

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In this Spotlight Series case study, we explore AIMCo’s implementation of RBW as part of its strategy to enhance productivity and engagement to optimize results.

How did AIMCo leadership go about implementing the RBW model, and what was the employee reaction to the new workplace paradigm? What specific challenges surfaced, and how were these addressed so that progress would not be compromised? Has the move to RBW been effective for AIMCo, and what lessons can be gleaned from its experience?

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Key take-aways
AIMCo company profile
Defining the new normal at AIMCo
First impressions critical when introducing a new way of working
Implementation at a crossroads: “It’s not about a rule. It’s about a principle.”
RBW’s impact on AIMCo: “A huge win.”
Lessons learned on the journey to RBW

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