Electronic performance walls for all! Simplifying integrated real-time planning, progress tracking, evaluation and reporting for project and program management
Stephanie Glegg, Knowledge Broker Facilitator, Child Development & Rehabilitation Evidence Centre, Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children
April 15, 2015

Recording: http://www.inspirenet.ca/sites/default/files/docs/kt_lunch_learn-20150415_1904-1.mp4

Webinar Outline:

Do you have goals? Need to manage projects, tasks or timelines? Need to be accountable? Prefer a visual representation of your progress and outcomes? Have collaborators across departments, sites, or geographic regions? Want real-time updates of your progress? An electronic performance wall may be the solution for you.

Performance walls can be valuable tools for collaborative planning, project management and continuous quality improvement. The purpose of this presentation is to describe the application of an Excel-based electronic performance wall for program planning, progress tracking, evaluation and reporting.

Real-world examples of e-performance walls will be presented to showcase the diversity of the tool for both project- and goal-based performance management for professional groups, organizations, health care programs, committees, research teams, communities of practice and individuals.

By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the value of an electronic performance wall for program or project management and quality improvement initiatives
  • Identify features of the performance wall that facilitate integrated planning, progress tracking, evaluation and reporting for individual or group projects and objectives
  • Understand the flexibility of the e-performance wall and how it can be customized across settings and applications to meet different needs
  • Apply a framework for developing an electronic performance wall for their own application

Speaker Bio

Stephanie Glegg, MSc, OTR is the Knowledge Broker Facilitator with the Child Development & Rehabilitation Evidence Centre at Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children in Vancouver, and a Clinical Investigator with the Child & Family Research Institute. Her role with the Evidence Centre involves facilitating evidence informed practice through competency development for clinicians, leaders, knowledge brokers and students, supporting the acquisition, appraisal, synthesis, integration and evaluation of evidence in clinical and health service delivery decision-making by clinicians and leaders, and promoting practice-informed research and knowledge translation through linkage and exchange activities that connect clinicians, researchers and other stakeholders. Her research interests include identifying and targeting barriers to knowledge translation and technology adoption, and evaluating social processes, and educational and online strategies to promote evidence informed health care.

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