Presentation on theme: "1 Process Overview Three Missions…One Future The Process To-Date National Symposium on the Future of Canada’s Academic Health Sciences Centres January."— Presentation transcript:
1 Process Overview Three Missions…One Future The Process To-Date National Symposium on the Future of Canada’s Academic Health Sciences Centres January , 2010
2 Overall Goal of Meeting: Engage a broad range of stakeholders to review and comment on the draft findings, recommendations and implementation strategies contained in the National Task Force report “Three Missions…One Future – Optimizing the Performance of Canada’s Academic Health Sciences Centres”.
3 Objectives: Ensure a common understanding of the key elements of the report Inform stakeholders of the results of consultations to date Obtain feedback on the draft findings, recommendations, and implementation strategies Identify priorities for action Identify key challenges to moving forward Build commitment and identify champions to sustain future action
4 Agenda 8:30 Welcome 8:45 Setting the Stage Key Note Speaker: Dr. Phillip Baker 9:45Health Break 10:00Reviewing the NTF Working Recommendations (Group/Plenary) 12:00 Lunch 1:00 Building Momentum: A Blueprint for Action (Knowledge Café) 2:30Break 2:45Moving Forward from Plan to Action 3:45Closing Remarks/Next Steps 4:00Adjournment
5 Norms for Working Together One person speaks at a time All ideas will be listened to respectfully Share the airspace No side conversations Observe time frames
6 Reviewing NTF Working Recommendations: Discussion Cluster A (Recs 1 and 2): An integrated approach for AHSN ’ s. Tables 7,8,9 Cluster B (Recs 3 and 7):Opportunities to meet nationally and internationally. Tables 5,6 Cluster C (Recs 4 and 5):Relationships between AHSN's and governments. Tables 3,4 Cluster D (Rec 6): FPT dialogue to ensure appropriate financial resources, mechanisms and programs. Tables 1,2,10
7 Reviewing NTF Working Recommendations: Discussion Questions: What did you particularly like about these recommendations? What suggestions to you have for changes to these recommendations?
8 What is a Knowledge Café? “A means for a group of people to have an open, creative conversation on a topic of mutual interest to gain a deeper collective understanding of the subject and the issues involved” (Wikepedia)
9 Why use Knowledge Cafés? Each participant represents an aspect of the whole system’s diversity As each person has the chance to connect in conversation, more of the intelligence inherent in the group becomes accessible.
10 How does a Knowledge Café work? Sit at a table assigned a recommendation you would like to discuss One person has been assigned to be the “table facilitator” to stay behind tell the table’s story Change tables after each of the three 25 minute “rotations” At the end of the three rounds there will be a debrief
11 What happens during the conversations? Each member is asked to offer their individual perspective and listen for what is emerging “in the middle of the table” Open up the conversation Use the tablecloths to record the emerging ideas Each time you travel to a new table you bring with you the threads of the last round and interweave them with those brought by others
12 Building Momentum: A Blueprint for Action Discussion What do you think are the key challenges to making this recommendation a reality? What do you think are the key enablers to make this recommendation a reality? How important is this recommendation? (Rate on a scale of 1-5 with 1 being not important and 5 very important) Who needs to take the lead to initiate action on this recommendation? (Round 3 only)
13 Last thoughts… "We cannot become what we need to be by remaining what we are." ~ David T. Kearns