In this video, Karen Blase opens with a metaphor (story) about a country "Status Quo" and the Olympics to open discussion about implementation and scaling-up. The presentation focuses on effectiveness and utility of an intervention, effective implementation methods, and enabling contexts as critical ingredients to producing outcomes. Part of the 2013 Investing in What Works Forum (IWW). (running time 16 min. 58 sec.)
Dean Fixsen (NIRN Founder) discusses the notion of churning around the mean and Spencer Darling's notion of 'organizations are designed to achieve the results the get.' Part of Association of Positive Behavior Supports (APBS) 2016 Keynote. (7 min. 41. sec.)
Dean Fixsen (NIRN Founder) discusses research to practice and the role of implementation science. Part of Association of Positive Behavior Supports (APBS) 2016 Keynote. (2 min. 29 sec.)
Dean Fixsen (NIRN Founder) briefly discusses the convergence of implementation science, innovation science, improvement science, and complexity theory. Part of Association of Positive Behavior Supports (APBS) 2016 Keynote.
Dean Fixsen (NIRN Founder) gives a quick introduction to implementation Drivers. Implementation Drivers are the key components of capacity that enable the success of innovations in practice. (1 min. 54 sec.)
How can we take these good ideas that work in some places, and get them to work in all places… so all children in all schools would have access? Listen to Dean Fixsen and Karen Blase discuss active implementation and scaling up. (4 min. 50 sec.)