TUES, 15th August 11:00 AM (NZST) – REGISTER HERE
This is a free Community Research webinar, where we present tools and techniques for great data collection and show you how to use your data for your planning.
In this final of three Community Research webinars, featuring RBA, Sharon Shea will delve more deeply into data collection, and provide some baseline tools and definitions for data collection. If you are interested in measuring and improving your outcomes, then this webinar is a place to start.
About this webinar
Community Research webinars help time-poor, cash-strapped organisations to produce evidence of their real value. It’s like a seminar at your desk! And it’s completely free of charge.
In this webinar participants will learn:
Understanding the importance of great data collection including:
- Data definitions
- Data tools
- Use (7 Questions)
Using RBA as part of planning
Using RBA as part of change management
The alignment between RBA and Social Investment; the alignment between RBA andyour organisation’s outcomes framework
Join us to discover the next steps in RBA™ from one of New Zealand’s experts.
Who is this webinar for?
This session is designed for community workers, managers, evaluators and researchers who are wanting to apply the basic first steps of RBA™.
We strongly encourage that you watch Introduction to RBA webinar, and RBA Webinar No 2 The Art of Mapping and Gapping. These can be viewed free of charge on the Community Research website YouTube page.
- Key RBA concepts (2-3-7)
- The benefits of the RBA process
- The seven step thinking process of RBA
- Some introductory tips and techniques
- The art of Mapping and Gapping
- The difference between population, systems and services
- Some tips and techniques for taking your first steps with RBA
Next Steps with RBA webinar – Data Tools and Mapping:
- Understanding the importance of great data collection including:
- Data definitions
- Data tools
- Using – the 7 Questions
- Using RBA as part of planning
- The alignment between RBA and Social Investment
Sharon Shea (Ngāti Ranginui, Ngāti Hine, Ngāti Haua, Ngāti Hako) 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 organisations to improve organisational performance, she provides governance training, and is particularly interested in Māori Development and in reducing health, social, education and economic inequalities across all populations.
More RBA Resources
- The RBA Resource Page on the What Works website contains a comprehensive overview of RBA tools, critiques and case studies
- Ministry of Social Development resources on RBA
- Ministry of Health Streamlined Contracting: Accountability
More webinars in our RBA series
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.
- The Community Research Webinar FAQs page contains technical information you need to know in advance of attending this webinar.