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Zero survey: Setup and preliminary results. Setup of zero survey. Based on Maturity model Competence based blended learning Validated questionnaire + analysis grid Self assessment – where are we now, next step Next steps  scenario for implementation of nEUroBlend results

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Zero survey:

Setup and preliminary results

setup of zero survey
Setup of zero survey
  • Based on Maturity model
  • Competence based blended learning
  • Validated questionnaire + analysis grid
  • Self assessment – where are we now, next step
  • Next steps  scenario for implementation of nEUroBlend results
  • Initially for full + silent partners
  • Now also third circle (nurse,educator,manager), more countries
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5 maturity levels (ordinal scale)

  • Awareness phase: In this phase the awareness arises, that a change is needed or will start
  • Preparation phase: the old paradigm is not working anymore, change is felt needed and is being prepared
  • Substitution phase: shifting to a new approach, using the same old things and ways in a new environment
  • Transition phase: starting to understand what the change is about and using the new possibilities in a basic way
  • Transformation phase: the innovation is there, people have adopted it, the organisation has been transformed

Each level/question has a specific implication for implementation scenarios!  helps us adapt to local needs

4 factors 4 quadrants 4 questionnaires

Zero survey preliminary results

5 maturity levels (ordinal scale)

Organisational factors

Educational factors

  • Awareness phase: In this phase the awareness arises, that a change is needed or will start
  • Preparation phase: the old paradigm is not working anymore, change is felt needed and is being prepared
  • Substitution phase: shifting to a new approach, using the same old things and ways in a new environment
  • Transition phase: starting to understand what the change is about and using the new possibilities in a basic way
  • Transformation phase: the innovation is there, people have adopted it, the organisation has been transformed

l) culture

5

4

3

2

1

a) Curriculum

k) quality

b) Process

j) amb/pol

c) Pedagogy

i) lead/supp

d) Resources

h) teachers

e) ISDD

Human factors

Resource factors

g) nurses

f) Blended

4 Factors, 4 Quadrants, 4 Questionnaires
organisational factors change management

Zero survey preliminary results

Organisational factors / change management
  • Organisational culture cannot be expressed in a maturity level. A choice is made to use the color model of organisational change
  • This is based on the change management literature and spans the field of the most important change models.
  • Yellow: socio-political models of change
  • Blue: rational design, and implementing change; project approach
  • Red: Human Resource Management
  • Green: Action Learning and the Learning Organisation
  • White: chaos theory, complexity theory, self-organisation

Questionaire adapted from: L. de Caluwé: Thinking about change in five colors

conclusions

Zero survey preliminary results

Conclusions
  • Highest peak around maturity level 2-3, small peak in 4-5 (2 groups, scenarios)
  • Old paradigm rules the waves  nEUroblend brings news!
  • Human resource approach leading
reminders

Zero survey preliminary results

Reminders
  • Missing respondentsfollow up, 2nd chance
  • Non-response
  • Many dutch, less other countries
  • Not too many respondents per group (n=1 ~ n=27)
  • 4 circles: full, silent, third, new-member states: separate in analysis and new questionaires
  • Ordinal scale, NOT interval; n=small  qualitative data!
  • Combination with spring survey