Readiness Building System
Readiness assessments often highlight a need to build readiness to ensure quality implementation. Therefore, we have compiled a change management database of strategies that draws from multiple literatures: implementation science, improvement science, social psychology, education, and business.
The readiness building steps depicted above are as follows:
- An organization engages with the RBS, followed by a readiness assessment and individualized site report that provides scores in areas of low and high motivation and capacities.
- The feedback and prioritization process highlight the readiness subcomponents where improvements may make the most significant impacts.
- Change Management of Organizational Readiness (CMOR) strategies are integrated into a technical assistance readiness-building plan that is collaboratively developed, implemented, and evaluated—aimed at creating sustained and measurable change within an organization.
Tools to Use
The Readiness Thinking Tool invites you and other partners to consider all the facilitators and barriers to your change effort. Click on the icon on the right! It is available under a Creative Commons License.
Do you want a version to modify for yourself? Reach out to us and we can get you a word copy! Better yet, have you used the RTT and have ideas about how to use it to engage stakeholders? Get in touch with us! We're compiling lessons learned about what's been valuable.
The Quality Implementation Self-Assessment Rating Scale provides a point-in-time assessment of the quality of implementation and should be used to inform the next steps for implementation support. It is intended to provide insight into areas of strength and areas in which your organization may need additional support and may point to the direction of undertaking a Quality Implementation Process.
Click on the icon to the left.