Webinar covers how to use your logic model to be more data-driven in guiding CQI efforts. This session presents the logic model as a practical tool in supporting CQI. It included a grantee presentation focusing on how one team identified and broke down a key challenge to support improvement.
Webinar introduces the Four Disciplines of Execution (4DX) as a framework for moving forward on important priorities. This is especially relevant to teams who have stalled in moving forward on CQI efforts. The webinar also included a grantee presentation on the importance of wildly important goals.
Webinar reviewed strategies to identify root causes of high-level challenges; featured activity using COM-B model (capability, opportunity, motivation to support behavior change).
Webinar provided guidance and examples for how to use nFORM to support program monitoring and CQI. Featured key reports and tools in nFORM that support using and learning from programmatic data.
Webinar provided considerations for conducting a road test to learn about and refine improvement strategies and offered thoughts on continued monitoring of strategies. We reviewed road test planning; discussed the purpose of learning cycles and considerations for next steps; and shared about importance of SMART goal monitoring to assess success.
Webinar provided suggestions for completing sections D1-D3 of the HMRF CQI Plan template.
Webinar provided guidance and examples for how to use nFORM to support program monitoring and CQI. Featured key reports and tools in nFORM that support using and learning from programmatic data. Repeated content from the October 2021 Leadership Academy.
Webinar focuses on developing effective SMART goals, as well as identifying data to track progress toward SMART goals.
Webinar focuses on identifying and understanding challenges. It features nFORM tools to assist in learning about challenges and explains root cause analysis.
Tip sheet suggests nFORM reports to support CQI, specifically, using nFORM data to understand challenges (2015 cohort; 2020 version is in development)