Introduction to RBA™ – Make a measurable difference

In this recording Sharon Shea, a recognised leader in the field of health sector strategy, will introduce the RBA™ methodology and explain how it can be used to show the impact of your work.

Sharon also discusses key RBA™ concepts (2-3-7), the benefits of the RBA™ process, the seven step thinking process of RBA™ and some baseline tools that will start you off on your RBA™ journey.

Introduction to RBA™ – Make a measurable difference

Resources shared during the webinar:

In this webinar, we weren’t able to cover everything in 60 minutes!  If you are seeking more depth, you may find it helpful to view Sharon’s RBA™ presentation to a group of MBIE staff via this YouTube video. In this recording she goes into more depth, and takes more time on topics such as the 7 questions of RBA™.  Watch part 123, and 4 of this 4-part presentation.

Here are some of the resources we shared in the webinar:

And here are some links to recent international conferences on RBA™.  Each conference has had NZ speakers; a great showcase for Aotearoa New Zealand:

About the Presenter

SharonShea

Sharon Shea is widely recognised as a leader in the field of health sector strategy, outcomes framework development – applying Friedman’s Results Based Accountability™ Framework2 – project management, change management and systems design.

Sharon helps to improve organisational performance and governance training, and is particularly interested in Māori Development and reducing health, social, education and economic inequalities across all populations.

More about RBA™

RBA™ is more than a research and evaluation model – it is a common sense process that will help your organisation to meet its vision, mission and strategic priorities linked to people wellbeing.  RBA™ enables organisations to use their data to demonstrate how they make a positive and measurable difference to clients and communities.  In this webinar Sharon Shea will introduce the RBA™ methodology and how you can use it to show the impact of your work.

RBA™ supports you to identify if anyone is better off (client outcomes) as a result of the work you deliver. Importantly, it looks at both quantity and quality, making this a valuable tool for not for profit and government agencies seeking to continuously improve on delivery, performance and partnering for outcomes.

RBA™ has been adopted by the government in its government-wide approach to NGO Contracting.  If you have government contracts or outcomes-based funding, this is a tool that could help you get ahead, in your funding relationship.