|9:00 a.m. – noon |
Day 1 Innovation Workshop: We’re Not Looking to Change, We’re Looking to Transform! And, So Can You….
Laura Romito, D.D.S., M.S., M.B.A.
School of Dentistry
Geralyn Crain, D.D.S., Ph.D.
Clark Dana, D.D.S., M.A.
Aaron Ferguson, D.M.D., CPH
Burke Soffe, D.M.D.
Duane Winden, Ph.D., M.S., M.S.Ed., R.N.
Roseman University of Health Sciences College of
Dental Medicine – South Jordan, Utah
Join the ADEA CCI Liaisons from Indiana University School of Dentistry and Roseman University of Health Sciences College of Dental Medicine – South Jordan, Utah as they share their journeys through transformation, providing you the opportunity to build a learning community to leverage their successes and
missteps as you take the journey with your own program initiatives.
- Critically analyze steps in the change process (initiation, planning, implementation, assessment) in two schools’ experiences with significant change in order to examine the essential elements of change in your own institution.
- Apply evidence-based change principles to the change project in your institution by:
- Developing a project plan based on evidence-based change principles that include goals for action to inspire your dean, decision-makers and colleagues.
- Creating a “deliverable” to present to your stakeholders (a poster, proposal, abstract, etc.—with guidance) based on your project plan and designed to achieve acceptance and synergy to propel your change forward.
- Establish an enduring learning community with one or more CCI Liaison groups from other schools engaged in similar change efforts to share ideas, encouragement, insights and other forms of collaboration that mutually benefit the partner schools long after the summer meeting concludes.
Chapter 1—In the Beginning … Whose Idea Was This, Anyway?
Chapter 2—The Devil’s in the Details: The Success and Pain in Planning for Change
In these two fast-paced interactive sessions using Power Breakouts and Evidence-Based Change MicroBursts, relationships will be forged and learning communities will take root as liaisons from different schools with similar change initiatives learn from our two example schools’ successes and mistakes during the initiation and planning stages of their change story. Liaisons will begin to work on a “deliverable” they can share with their home institutions (such as a poster, abstract, proposal, etc.—with guidance) illustrating their plan and informed by evidence-based organizational change principles to move their own projects forward.
|1:00 – 3:00 p.m.|
Chapter 3—The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in Implementation
Chapter 4—The Final Chapter … Or, Is it?
During the afternoon sessions, our two example schools will disclose the rest of their stories (in surprising ways), and liaisons will delve into the world of assessment as a lead into tomorrow’s programming. Liaisons will continue to build on the success and slipups of others to refine their own proposals and plan ways to foster their new-found learning communities long after the summer liaisons meeting concludes (did someone say “friendly competition”?!)