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Webinars

Convenings

Spring 2017 Convening

Organizational Change Management

Tools and Toolkits

  • Organizational Behavioral Tutorial - Free online tutorual about organizational behavior change. (Note: Scroll down after link.) Includes modules on culture, conflict management, and organizational change.
  • CCHH Management Training References - List of resources includes a bibliography of books, articles and reports as well as links to various videos to support CCHH management training.
  • Healthy Dose: A Toolkit for Boosting the Impact of Community Health Strategies - This toolkit it is intended to make it easy to apply dose for both planning and evaluating your healthy eating and active living health promotion efforts. The toolkit includes detailed instructions on how to calculate the dose of selected strategies, including an interactive dose “calculator.” We also provide resources that help you introduce dose to different audiences, including community organizations and coalition members.
  • The Community Tool Box - The Community Tool Box is about empowering people with tools to change our world. With millions of user sessions annually, it has reached those working in 230 countries around the world. Available in English, Spanish, and Arabic.
  • Healthy Living Matters - Healthy Living Matters is a “Collaborative” of multi-sector leaders that promote policy aimed at system-level and environmental change to reduce the incidence of childhood obesity. Resources include a list of policy actions to reduce childhood obesity.
  • Using Organizational Learning Tools to Build Community - Presents the Vision Deployment Matrix, a tool for getting a better picture of current reality and to paint a picture of the desired future. Discusses how to use this and other systems thinking tools to identify action steps for community change.
  • HIA Publications and Resources - Searchable database on health impact assessment articles, publications, resources/tools relarted to HIA. Search by issue area.
  • Fishback Diagram - Illustration of a Fishback diagram with instructions for each "bone." Makes causal analysis clearer.
  • Leverage Point-Tool/Concept/Definition - Clear definition of a leverage point with step-by-step guidance for finding them using. Includes useful tools for identifying leverage points, including root cause analysis, process driven problem solving, and model-based analysis.
  • Classic Activism-Tool/Concept/Definition - Clear definition and explanation of classic activism and why it often fails.
  • Analytic Activism-Tool/Concept/Definition - Clear definition and explanation of analytic activism including the pros and cons of direct and indirect action.
  • Health Impact in 5 Years - The Health Impact in 5 Years (HI-5) initiative highlights non-clinical, community-wide approaches that have evidence reporting 1) positive health impacts, 2) results within five years, and 3) cost effectiveness and/or cost savings over the lifetime of the population or earlier.

Case Studies

Guidance Documents

Research Reports

Secondary Data

Academic Articles

  • Leverage Points for the Implementation of Evidence-Based Practice - Drawing on literatures on knowledge diffusion, innovation, and quality improvement, this paper proposes a conceptual framework for the multiple tasks, participants, and leverage points required for the adoption of EBP. Evidence-based practice requires attainment of four intermediate outcomes—access, adoption, implementation, and assessment—each with distinct interventions required for attainment.
  • Integrating Data on Social Determinants of HealthIn Electronic Health Records - Cantor and Thorpe's commentary about the challenges of effectively using social determinants data in health care settings. They present the issue and discussion recommendations.
  • The Social Ecology of Health: Leverage Points and Linkages - The authors demonstrate the usefulness of social ecology theory for improving the treatment and prevention of poor health. They present a heuristic model illustrating leverage points and linkages (ie, socioeconomic status, family, work, and school), for health, and conclude with a consideration of the benefits of social ecology to health professionals and a summary of the limitations of the ecological model.

News & Blog Articles

Leadership

  • Adaptive Leadership – This article looks at what it means to leverage uncertainty in your organization by taking adoptive action.
  • Facilitative Leadership – This articles examines how to maximize the contributions of others through the art of facilitative leadership.  
  • The Practice of Adaptive Leadership - The Practice of Adaptive Leadership: Tools and Tactics for Changing Your Organization and the World, Heifetz, Grashow, Linsky (Book)

Staffing

  • MBTI Applications – This article summarizes practical ways to apply the MBTI to project and systems management. A useful guide for organizing effective teams based on a better understanding of team member’s personality types.

Organizational Culture Change

Community Prevention

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Research Reports

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