About the NetWorkout
On Wednesday 13 January the Networks team held a NetWorkout. Below are presentations from the webinars, a storify of the Twitter activity, useful links and background reading.
UPDATE: All the recordings from the webinars are now available in one place on our YouTube channel and set out in the relevant sections of this post below.
If you have any questions, comments or would simmply like to chat more about networks please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Storify of the Twitter activity
You can see a Storify of the twitter activity here.
Presentations from the Webinars
The ‘new’ NHS models are all about collaboration through networks. The NHS is steeped in a culture of performance management and hierarchy. Can it make the change? What does it take to lead a network. This is an overview that is vital for anyone wanting to, or already taking a leadership role in any health system. R.Malby@lsbu.ac.uk
Watch the recording of Becky’s presentation
Dawn Artega – Seven Elements of Effective Networks (see background reading below also)
Participants will learn about seven elements of network design successfully used by non-profits and foundations at local, state and national scales in the United States. This session opens a discussion about the mechanics of network building for social change, offers a framework for discussion, and an opportunity to make sense of it all through a mix of large groups, peer learning and small groups. email@example.com
Watch Dawn’s presentation
David Evans, CHAIN: “What can the CHAIN network offer me?” (No slides presented but see link to CHAIN website below)
For people interested in loose, multi-professional, mutual-support networking in health and social care, with an emphasis on the implementation of improvements based on sound evidence.
Content: now in its 19th year, and with close to 15,000 members, the CHAIN network has pioneered light-touch online networking as a means of sharing experience, intelligence and aspiration. Designed to cut across the boundaries of organisations, professions and geography, the ways CHAIN can be used are as diverse as its membership. David Evans, CHAIN Founder-Director, will discuss the underpinning principles of the network, and demonstrate the online resource that makes it tick, incorporating real-time questions and issues suggested by WebEx participants. firstname.lastname@example.org
Watch David’s presentation
Lucy Scarisbrick, Yorkshire and Humber Co-Creation Network – Co-Creation network video
Ben Lee and Sophie Edwards – How do we know we’re making a difference (see background reading below also)
For: anyone currently leading or creating a network
Content: We will lead a walk-through of the Network Maturity Matrix which is one of the tools in the Toolkit. This is a great simple tool for quickly reviewing your network in terms of purpose, leadership, knowledge sharing, learning and impact. We will also offer ideas for defining a set of simple outcome measures to track the development of your network and communicate the impact you are making. Ben.Lee@sharedintelligence.net
Watch Ben and Sophie’s presentation
Andrew Lambe – Enabling continuous improvement and innovation through knowledge sharing in networks(see Learning Handbook link below also)
For: anyone currently leading or creating a network
Content: In this session, we will start by outlining why networks have a major role to play in delivering the NHS of the future by facilitating knowledge sharing. We will look at a model outlining the basics of knowledge sharing which addresses the relationship between teams and networks. We will then focus on the role networks play and the actions network leaders can take to maximise knowledge sharing. The session will conclude with some practical guidance for network leaders and links to further resources and tools. Andrew.Lambe@NHSIQ.nhs.uk
Watch Andrew’s presentation
Background reading and resources
- Background reading for “How do we know we’re making a difference” webinar with Ben Lee and Sophie Edwards
- Background reading for “Seven Elements of Effective Advocacy Networks” webinar by Dawn Arteaga, Director of Digital Strategy, Net centric Campaigns
- The Learning Handbook
- Effective networks for improvement – literature and a video: http://www.health.org.uk/search?search=effective%20networks%20for%20improvement&sort=relevance#results
- Leading networks in healthcare – http://www.health.org.uk/publication/leading-networks-healthcare
- Popp and Casebeer, 2015: Be careful what you ask for: Things policy-makers should know before mandating networks
- Gulati, 2011: How do networks matter_ the performance effects of interorganizational networks.
- Casebeer Popp Scott, 2009: Positively deviant networks: what are they and why do we need them?
- Willis et al. 2015: Outcomes of Interorganizational Networks in Canada for Chronic Disease Prevention: Insights From a Concept Mapping Study, 2015
- Willis et al. 2013 : Networks to strengthen health systems for chronic disease prevention
- Prevent Obesity: Transforming Schools Into Oases of Health
- Mowat Cantre: Demonstrating the results of capacity building
- Moving Maryland Forward Network: Protecting Incarcerated Women and Children