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4 th national cpd conference strategic planning for cpd in an information age

4th National CPD ConferenceStrategic Planning for CPD in an Information Age

Rachel Ellaway Ph.D.

Assistant Dean and Associate Professor, NOSM

disclosure statement
Disclosure statement

I have no involvement with industry or any other entity that constitutes a conflict of interest to disclose with respect to this presentation.

workshop
Workshop
  • Building on the presentation
  • And your own experiences and ideas
  • Develop a CPD strategic plan for an Information Age
what is a strategy
What is a strategy?
  • Operations > tactics > strategies
  • A plan of action to realize a broad vision
  • Predicts future needs
  • Identifies goals, values and ideals
  • Plans to be able to meet and/or realize them
  • In a particular context, culture, community
provenance
Provenance
  • Who’s it for?
  • Who’s it from?
  • Who gets to tell who to do what?
  • Authority, legitimacy
  • Domain authority
  • Expertise authority
  • Representativeness
  • Accountability
impact
Impact
  • What happens if it’s enacted?
  • What happens if it’s not?
  • What do you want it to do?
  • What do you expect it to do?
components
Components
  • People
  • Services
  • Tools and infrastructure
  • Projects
  • Management
  • Communication
formal and informal
Formal and Informal
  • Formal
    • Academic programs
    • Research
    • CME/CPD
    • Training & courses
  • Informal
    • Learning organization
    • Projects, pilots
    • Mentors, networks, SIGs
    • Research
cultures
Cultures
  • Clinical vs e-learning
  • Clinical factors
    • Clinical systems
    • Security, confidentiality
  • Educational vs e-learning
  • Administrative vs e-learning
    • ERP
    • Business cultures
    • Power
it all starts to look like pm
It all starts to look like PM

Project management:

  • Deliverables
  • Timescales
  • Resources

Plus:

  • Vision
  • Major themes
  • Priorities
  • Enablers
components all high level
Components – all high level
  • Vision
  • Major themes
  • Priorities
  • Enablers
  • Deliverables
  • Timescale
  • Resources
  • Integration
  • Evaluation and QA
strategy components
Strategy Components
  • Vision
  • Priorities
  • Enablers
  • Deliverables
  • Evaluation
  • Contingencies

1:

2:

3:

vision and priorities
Vision and Priorities
  • Vision
    • Simple clear statements
    • Cognizant of definition and scope
    • Cognizant of stakeholders
    • The way the world should be
  • Priorities
    • 3-8 key discrete themes and concepts
    • Couched as priorities
    • Each is itself a clear unambiguous vision
enablers and deliverables
Enablers and deliverables
  • Enablers
    • For each priority
      • What exists that enables it?
      • What is needed to enable it?
  • Deliverables
    • For each priority
      • What will be achieved
      • When will it be achieved
evaluation and contingency
Evaluation and Contingency
  • Evaluation
    • How will you know you’ve succeeded?
    • How will anyone else know?
    • What data/process/reporting is required?
  • Contingency
    • What happens if things don’t work out?
    • Plans B, C, D etc
    • Show continuity, impact etc
activity 1 flip
Activity 1: FLIP
  • Develop a strat plan for the eCPD Unit
  • Work in groups of 5
  • Steps:
    • Create an institutional profile (HT)
    • Develop a vision, 3-5 priorities
    • Identify enablers, deliverables
    • How will you evaluate?
    • What contingencies will you have?
    • Present vision and one critical priority
activity 2 flip again
Activity 2: FLIP again
  • Page 2 – flip for confounding new factors
  • Redevelop plan in response
  • What did you change, why and with what effect?
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4th National CPD ConferenceStrategic Planning for CPD in an Information Age

Rachel Ellaway Ph.D.

Assistant Dean and Associate Professor, NOSM