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Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) Cycles are used for rapid cycle problem solving in active implementation. Use of this PDSA Planning Template will help ensure there is clear communication, the plan is enacted, you begin to collect data to study, and you act on what was learned.
File(s): PDSA Template - Blank v2.pdf
Implementation Teams employ improvement cycles in order to intentionally identify problems and solutions. Underlying the different types of improvement cycles described in this active implementation framework is the Plan, Do, Study, Act Cycle or PDSA Cycle.
Review Module 5, Topic 4: Transformation Zones. Then, create a 2‐3 minute elevator speech for leadership in your organization explaining the difference between a “pilot” and a “transformation zone”.
By “linking” communication protocols, organizations form a practice-policy communication cycle. These feedback processes provide supportive policy, funding, and operational environments for new initiatives, as well as systems changes.
Implementation Teams use PDSA Cycles to help them make meaningful changes, alleviate barriers, and achieve expected outcomes. This activity is designed to help you understand you PDSA strengths, recognize strengths in others, and identify potential team gaps.
“Readiness” is defined as a developmental point at which a person, organization, or system has the capacity and willingness to engage in a particular activity. Use this activity to explore aspects of readiness and change with your Team.
File(s): AI Hub Activity 5.1.pdf
Communication is important for any program/innovation. Developing and linking communication protocols for new or existing programs establishes a transparent feedback process and furthers the development of a hospitable policy, funding, and operational environment.