Developing A Change Project

Developing a Change Project

Expanding on your identified change project and the elements completed in the first three parts, devise an implementation plan that addresses the following points:     

  • The change you wish to initiate
  • The rationale for the change, using supporting data
  • The outcomes desired from the change
  • The audience you need to convince
  • The benefits to the institution
  • Allocation of resources and potential budget requirements
  • The group to lead the initiative —why these members
  • The proposed timeline
  • Measures of success

*Note: you will not implement the change project for this competency. 

All submissions must have a minimum of two scholarly references to support your work. 

Examples of work to show 

  • 10-12 slide PowerPoint presentation – APA format

Organizational and System Leadership: Final Change Project

Description: The baccalaureate graduate will participate in quality initiatives, recognizing that these are complex system issues, involving other members of the healthcare team.

Component: Essential II

Competency Gold Mastery

Silver Acceptable

Bronze Developing

Unacceptable

Information and Feedback

Includes all elements and incorporates feedback from parts I, II, and III

Includes some of the elements or some of the feedback from parts I, II, and III

Lacks detail and/or does not incorporate feedback from parts I, II, and III

Does not address section

Rationale and Data Clearly explains the rationale for the change and includes supporting data

States the rationale for the change with little supporting data

States a reason for the change but no supporting data

Does not address section

Desired Outcomes Describes in detail the expected outcomes from the change

Gives a general description of what should be accomplished by the change

Vaguely describes what the change will accomplish

Does not address section

Target Audience Describes, in detail, who is selected as the target audience that needs convincing

Gives a general explanation of the target audience

Vaguely describes the target audience

Does not address section

Benefits Describes, in detail, the benefits of the change to the institution

Describes some of the benefits of the change to the institution

Vaguely describes the benefits of the change

Does not address

section

Resources and Budget

Describes in detail the resources needed and the potential budget requirements needed for the change

Identifies some of the resources needed for the change may not consider the potential budget requirements

Does not identify the resources or does not consider the potential budget requirements

Does not address section

Leaders Identifies the group that will lead the initiative, who the group members are and why they were chosen

Identifies the group that will lead the initiative but does not identify who the group members

Vaguely identifies the group that will lead the initiative

Does not address

section

are or why they were chosen

Timeline Proposes a detailed timeline for initiating the change with rationales

Proposes a timeline for initiating the change, weak rationale

No timeline identified or lacks rationale

Does not address section

Measures of Success

Identifies specific measures of success used to evaluate the outcome of the change

Identifies some measures of success used to evaluate the outcome of the change

Identified measures of success do not evaluate the outcome of the change

Does not address section

 
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