1. Based on Results, Determine Necessary Changes or Interventions.
Let your results guide the planning process for taking action. Determine interventions needed and weigh options against urgency and costs. Utilize data analysis, interpretation, and stakeholder feedback to determine an evidence-based framework for creating change.
2. Develop Strategies and Allocate Resources to Implement Change.
With the needs of the organization in mind, negotiate various stakeholder input and examine the current landscape of available resources. Prioritize use of existing resources, leveraging existing systems, and collaboration with units. Create a plan for resource allocation.
3. Determine if Action was Effective.
Use the Culture of Inquiry framework to determine whether the actions implemented were effective and to inform subsequent planning and decision-making.