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1 What have we learnt that we can put into practice? Prof/Dr. Sarah Fraser Sarah W Fraser & Associates Ltd

2 © 2005 Sarah W Fraser & Associates Three Key Messages 1.The focus on ‘adoption’ and behavior 2.Use your key influencers 3.The importance of you

3 © 2005 Sarah W Fraser & Associates Are we spreading the use of a ‘thing’ or a ‘behaviour’? THINGS and how their use is adopted BEHAVIOURS (or Concepts..) and how they are adopted

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5 “Hotmail”: ZERO to 12 million users in 18 months Jockey “Make-a-Flake”; 1500 – 1.2 million HRT Million Women Study MMR Debate… The Virus of Marketing Little time Maximum Effect Minimal Budget © 2005 Sarah W. Fraser & Associates

6 The Key Challenge Self-propagating Self-perpetuating Dissemination Diffusion © 2005 Sarah W. Fraser & Associates

7 The View of Spread v. Adoption SpreadAdoption Push ideas outward to othersPull ideas into myself My agenda at the centre of a larger organisation My agenda at the sharp end of delivering care Use of organisational structure and hierarchy to communicate about change Use of social systems to communicate about change A focus on tools, techniques and processes A focus on relationships and facilitation Source: Fraser and Plsek, 2001

8 © 2005 Sarah W Fraser & Associates To implement the change and reap the benefits, who is changing what behaviour? The Change Specifics about change who

9 2. Use your key Influencers

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11 Support the Key Influencers Enable peer-to-peer connections Develop the messengers to deliver the message –communication skills –spread knowledge –understanding of system to be spread –feedback and confirmation Deal promptly with and listen carefully to ‘dissenting’ opinion leaders © 2005 Sarah W. Fraser & Associates

12 Innovators Enthusiasts Early Adopters Visionaries Early Majority Pragmatists Late Majority Conservatives Laggards Skeptics 2.5% 13.5%34% 16% Target early adopters, not innovators Avoid stereotyping, especially “laggards” from Rogers, 1995

13 3. The Importance of You

14 Power of the positive image Placebo – Nocebo effect –Belief in the intervention Pygmalion effect –Belief in others; impact of another’s image on us Positive thinking –Ratio of 2:1 (positive:negative) – to predict level of well being in a person © 2005 Sarah W. Fraser & Associates

15 © 2005 Sarah W Fraser & Associates Dance Music Content No need to sweat the content!

16 © 2005 Sarah W Fraser & Associates No amount of planning, preparation, application of theory or entertainment, can replace YOU as the key factor for success

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