A Complete Course in Supervision (in under 5 minutes) & The Collaboration Game

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Just added these two “old” pieces to the publications list (under Things Not So Easily Categorized). A Complete Course in Supervision. The world is suffering from an epidemic of bad supervision. Here are some tips, gleaned from practical experience, that supervisors new and old could use. The Collaboration Game is a useful tool for groups learning how to work together. …

Mark FriedmanA Complete Course in Supervision (in under 5 minutes) & The Collaboration Game

Collective Impact Using RBA

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Collective Impact and RBA Impact Collectif et R.A.R. Collective Impact and RBA are a perfect fit. The idea of working together to produce community “impact” is at the heart of both bodies of work. And RBA compliments Collective Impact in other ways. Collective Impact literature sets out conditions for the success of community change efforts, and RBA provides specific methods …

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RBA 101 Handout Material 2.0

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Download the complete handout here. This is the first revision in the standard workshop handout package since 2009. The package is reduced from 53 pages to 45 pages to save copying. Added material includes the exemplary Cardiff Epilepsy Unit report, Next Generation Contracting Slides, and an improved “Tool for Choosing a Common Language.”  I will produce an OBA version in …

Mark FriedmanRBA 101 Handout Material 2.0
Logic Model Parody

Parody of a Logic Model

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This is very funny and I wish I knew who created it. A paper is in the works on “The 5 Things Wrong with Logic Models (and why everyone hates them).”  Here’s a preview: 1) They start in the wrong place with means not ends. 2) They restrict rather than expand people’s thinking. 3) They assume life is linear and …

Mark FriedmanParody of a Logic Model