Specially Prepared for :                                 Health Professionals that                              want to ma...
Objectives1. Discuss The Process of Innovation2.Discuss Ten Ways to Innovate and AddValue to Global Health Projects3.Discu...
What is Innovation?“The process of analyzinga problem and solving itby creating a new or betterprocess, product orservice....
Innovation is the Process to     Meet The MDGs
Nothing NewTRIZ: The process of innovation isabout finding someone else whoalready solved your problem!    Similar     Sim...
What is Innovation in Global Health?  “Innovation is the specific instrument of  entrepreneurship... the act that endows r...
Innovate: Ask Four Questions1.What is the problem?2.Who else may have asimilar problem?3.How did they solve it?4.How can t...
Ten Innovations to Achieve          10 Goals1.    Goal Setting and Coaching2.    Online Technical Assistance3.    Rights B...
Goal 1.• Motivate Health Workers and Improve  Individual Performance:  Health Workers Know What to Do and  Do What They Know
Goal SettingWhat is a Goal?“A goal is a dream withdeadline.”                 Napoleon Hill                      www.midego...
1. A Coach’s Appeal•   Be the first•   Be a leader•   Be known•   Be strong•   Be an example•   Be the change•   Be unstop...
1. DREAM with a purposeCoaching focuses on what it takes tomake dreams come true:       Determination       Resourcefulnes...
1.Coaching and Motivation1. Inspire: Create A Powerful Vision2. Motivate: Find What They Do Right3. Give Feedback: Minimum...
Result• I have to say, in turn, that I studied health care  management course [which] provides some professional  developm...
Goal 2.• Increase Productivity: Global Scale,  Consistent Quality and Low Cost
2. Global Scale: Being there       without being thereOnline Technical Assistance Programs:• 7-Day MPH• 7-Day M&E Manager•...
2. Franchising and         Contracting Out•   Inbuilt Scale up•   Tested Model•   Management Support to Franchisee•   Desi...
Goal 3.• Expand Coverage
3. Rights Based Approach to PH                 The White Rabbit put on                 his spectacles. “Where             ...
3.Health is a Human Right and        Everyone’s Job• UDHR, 1948• CEDAW, 1979• Right to Development, 1986• CRC, 1989• ICDP ...
3. Strategic Planning for The New        Rights Based MDGs• Ensure everyone’s rights are met byDESIGN•Community Medicine A...
Goal 4.• Reduce Fragmentation and Increase  Efficiency
4. Storytelling: Integrated   Healthcare Delivery                      www.midego.com
4. Integrated Health Service        Management• Health System Strengthening• Quality Improvement: Six Sigma  Adapted to Gl...
Goal 5.• Improved Project Management: Reduce  Unnecessary Complexity and Increase  Accountability
5. : Asset Based ProjectManagement ApproachAsset + Process= ResultMAKE IT AND KEEP IT SHORT AND SIMPLE   Set Daily Targets
Result• "As a result of this program, I was able to call for a  workshop addressing issues of HIV/AIDS in relation  to gen...
5. Results Oriented M&E:Account for Results Every Day            “Can you do addition?” the           White Queen asked. “...
Goal Scorecard - IndiaMeasure         Score last   Score this      Action            Who isand             week         we...
Goal Scorecard - TanzaniaMeasure               Score last   Score this               Action              Who isand        ...
Goal Scorecard - NepalMeasure            Score last   Score this Action         Who isand                month        this...
Goal Scorecard - ZambiaMeasure           Score last   Score this    Action   Who isand               quarter      quarter ...
Goal Scorecard – MyanmarMeasure             Score last   Score this   Action               Who isand                 month...
Goal 6.• Effective Communication for Effective  Coordination
6. Powerful Communication              ToolsHow can I get maximum results from all I do?      What is the next level think...
6.Networks and Partnership           Tools•8,000,000 children die of preventableand treatable conditions– Could 100,000 he...
Goal 7.• Rapid Results
7. Personal Effectiveness:     The Power of NOW• New Thinking Tools:  – No Other Way  – Next step  – If I could do only on...
7. The $100 NOW Test            What can you do now with $100?Write up to 50 different things you can accomplish now?
Goal 8.• Rapid Capacity Building and Application  of Training
8. Team Capacity Transfer          ProgramsThe 7 Benefits of Capacity Transfer:• Team Building: staff have clear roles and...
8. Personalized Training1. Focus on your Personal Mission2. Define your Goals3. Set Daily Success Targets4. Use a Checklis...
Sample of a client’s results:Ownership of Results- Ghana
Goal 9.• Manage Knowledge and Steward to the  Right Information
9. New Knowledge   Management products• Minimum Training Program  – Action oriented  – Ownership of results• Knowledge Ste...
Goal 10.• Increase Local Technical Experts and  Sustain Development Assistance at  Lower Costs
10. “Cloning” of MIDEGO’s             Expertise•   TA operations manual•   Certification•   Licensing•   Streamlined proce...
Innovation        Why,” said the       Dodo, “the best       way to explain it         is to do it.”       Alice in Wonder...
May I have a Volunteer?Why don’t you answer these questionsand see what you learn about yourself?1.What is your goal?2.Wha...
Goal Scorecard – Your TurnMeasure   Score this   Score next   Action   Who isand       quarter      quarter               ...
Objectives1. Discuss The Process of Innovation2.Discuss Ten Ways to Innovate and AddValue to Global Health Projects3.Discu...
Visit us at www.midego.com                Remember to Download the              “Global Health Starter Program”        to ...
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    1. 1. Specially Prepared for : Health Professionals that want to make a bigger impact Innovations in Global Health: Title Page Ten Ways to Add Value to Your Global Health ProjectElvira Beracochea, MD. MPH.Presidentelvira@midego.com www.midego.com
    2. 2. Objectives1. Discuss The Process of Innovation2.Discuss Ten Ways to Innovate and AddValue to Global Health Projects3.Discuss Ways to Take Global Health tothe Next Level www.midego.com
    3. 3. What is Innovation?“The process of analyzinga problem and solving itby creating a new or betterprocess, product orservice.” Dr. Elvira Beracochea www.midego.com
    4. 4. Innovation is the Process to Meet The MDGs
    5. 5. Nothing NewTRIZ: The process of innovation isabout finding someone else whoalready solved your problem! Similar Similar Problem Solution My My Problem Solution www.midego.com
    6. 6. What is Innovation in Global Health? “Innovation is the specific instrument of entrepreneurship... the act that endows resources with a new capacity to create wealth. ” Peter Drucker “Innovation is the instrument of public health … the act that endows resources with a new capacity to create health on a global scale.” Dr. Elvira Beracochea www.midego.com
    7. 7. Innovate: Ask Four Questions1.What is the problem?2.Who else may have asimilar problem?3.How did they solve it?4.How can the solution beadapted? www.midego.com
    8. 8. Ten Innovations to Achieve 10 Goals1. Goal Setting and Coaching2. Online Technical Assistance3. Rights Based Approaches4. Storytelling and Integration5. Asset Based Approach6. Powerful Communication7. Urgency: The Power of NOW8. Capacity Transfer9. Knowledge Stewardship and Management10. Cloning www.midego.com
    9. 9. Goal 1.• Motivate Health Workers and Improve Individual Performance: Health Workers Know What to Do and Do What They Know
    10. 10. Goal SettingWhat is a Goal?“A goal is a dream withdeadline.” Napoleon Hill www.midego.com
    11. 11. 1. A Coach’s Appeal• Be the first• Be a leader• Be known• Be strong• Be an example• Be the change• Be unstoppable www.midego.com
    12. 12. 1. DREAM with a purposeCoaching focuses on what it takes tomake dreams come true: Determination Resourcefulness Effectiveness Accountability Motivation www.midego.com
    13. 13. 1.Coaching and Motivation1. Inspire: Create A Powerful Vision2. Motivate: Find What They Do Right3. Give Feedback: Minimum Required for Action4. Ask Questions: Non-judgmental5. Keep on Track: Goal-oriented6. Build Teams: Delegate7. Cheer up and Support: Be There Without Being There “Resourcefulness is the Ultimate Resource” www.midego.com
    14. 14. Result• I have to say, in turn, that I studied health care management course [which] provides some professional development for country leaders every year. This way I studied behavior change, project development, etc. But first time in my life because of your course I, finally, got clear understanding of certain terms and concepts such as mission, vision, volunteer... I used to think that because of language and cultural differences I will never ever understand them appropriately. Now I feel that I was wrong... I believe that now I can use these concepts in my work. So thanks for your course so much! (Russia) www.midego.com
    15. 15. Goal 2.• Increase Productivity: Global Scale, Consistent Quality and Low Cost
    16. 16. 2. Global Scale: Being there without being thereOnline Technical Assistance Programs:• 7-Day MPH• 7-Day M&E Manager• 7-Day Pharmacy Manager• 7-Day Child Health Expert• 7- Day Public Health Leader• 7-Day Hospital ManagerVisit our website for the complete list of OTA programs
    17. 17. 2. Franchising and Contracting Out• Inbuilt Scale up• Tested Model• Management Support to Franchisee• Designed to be Sustainable• Pay for Results• Effective human resource management• Streamlined staff development
    18. 18. Goal 3.• Expand Coverage
    19. 19. 3. Rights Based Approach to PH The White Rabbit put on his spectacles. “Where shall I begin, please your majesty?” he asked. “Begin at the beginning,” the King said gravely,” and go on till you come to the end; then stop” “Alice in Wonderland” Lewis Carroll, 1865
    20. 20. 3.Health is a Human Right and Everyone’s Job• UDHR, 1948• CEDAW, 1979• Right to Development, 1986• CRC, 1989• ICDP Cairo, 1994 and Cairo +5 +15• Millennium Declaration, 2000• Paris Declaration, 2005 www.midego.com
    21. 21. 3. Strategic Planning for The New Rights Based MDGs• Ensure everyone’s rights are met byDESIGN•Community Medicine Approach: • Continuum of Care – NCD – Mental Health – Social Health • Patient-centered care• Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness
    22. 22. Goal 4.• Reduce Fragmentation and Increase Efficiency
    23. 23. 4. Storytelling: Integrated Healthcare Delivery www.midego.com
    24. 24. 4. Integrated Health Service Management• Health System Strengthening• Quality Improvement: Six Sigma Adapted to Global Health• Clinic Management Approach• Hospital Development Approach• Community Oriented Primary Care Approach
    25. 25. Goal 5.• Improved Project Management: Reduce Unnecessary Complexity and Increase Accountability
    26. 26. 5. : Asset Based ProjectManagement ApproachAsset + Process= ResultMAKE IT AND KEEP IT SHORT AND SIMPLE Set Daily Targets
    27. 27. Result• "As a result of this program, I was able to call for a workshop addressing issues of HIV/AIDS in relation to gender violence. I and my volunteers are at least talking to two people now each day about HIV. My management system has changed, the ways to pass messages about a hidden phenomenon and how to treat patients. Storing of information and records has changed and field work visits has also changed." (Sudan) www.midego.com
    28. 28. 5. Results Oriented M&E:Account for Results Every Day “Can you do addition?” the White Queen asked. “What is one and one and one and one and one and one and one and one and one and one?” “I don’t know,” said Alice. “I lost count.” Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found there, Lewis Carroll, 1871
    29. 29. Goal Scorecard - IndiaMeasure Score last Score this Action Who isand week week responsibleCount forEach reportingGoal this score?Immunization 35 22 (fully Follow up of Immunization Immunized) on rest 13 worker, survey mobilize, SarpanchMalaria cases 50 22 Health Malariain under 5 education for workers, andyears vector Sanitary worker reduction Distribution of insecticide Impregnated bed nets
    30. 30. Goal Scorecard - TanzaniaMeasure Score last Score this Action Who isand week week responsibleCount forEach reportingGoal this score?Number of 15 55 Increase District Healthfacilities Immunize information on Director: facilities100 % children immunization prepared forbelow 5 years program immunizationsNew malaria 40 125 - Provision of Clinic Directorinfections among Other children NOT in ITNs to children,children the list to be purchased supported with nets to reduce malaria through another project
    31. 31. Goal Scorecard - NepalMeasure Score last Score this Action Who isand month this month responsibleCount forEach reportingGoal this score?190 wasted 210 193 Celebrate Districtchildren will be Managerrehabilitatedmonthly150 FCHVs 165 123 Conduct FCHVhave the additional Coordinatorknowledge and training andskills for case supervisionfindings, visitsreferral andtreatmentfollow up
    32. 32. Goal Scorecard - ZambiaMeasure Score last Score this Action Who isand quarter quarter responsibleCount forEach reportingGoal this score?Number of girls 0 1,397 girls FeliciareachedNumber of girls 0 676 girls Feliciareportedhavingreceivedservices athealthfacilities:
    33. 33. Goal Scorecard – MyanmarMeasure Score last Score this Action Who isand month month responsibleCount for reportingEach this score?GoalNumber of 2 2 Local leaders willmeetings with help identify peerlocal leaders educatorsNumber of peer 5 8educatorsidentifiedNumber of peer 5 - Trainer was oneducators trained leaveNumber of 100 25 Needmothers transportation tosupported remaining villages
    34. 34. Goal 6.• Effective Communication for Effective Coordination
    35. 35. 6. Powerful Communication ToolsHow can I get maximum results from all I do? What is the next level thinking? What is the breakthrough I need now? What can I do now to massively advance towards my goal? What new ideas are emerging here? How can I apply this today? What is my next step?
    36. 36. 6.Networks and Partnership Tools•8,000,000 children die of preventableand treatable conditions– Could 100,000 health centers prevent 80 deaths each?•500,000 women die of preventablepregnancy and delivery complications– Could 1000 NGOs prevent 500 deaths each? www.midego.com
    37. 37. Goal 7.• Rapid Results
    38. 38. 7. Personal Effectiveness: The Power of NOW• New Thinking Tools: – No Other Way – Next step – If I could do only one thing today…• The “100-Day Project” – Rapid visible results – Baby Steps – Empowerment
    39. 39. 7. The $100 NOW Test What can you do now with $100?Write up to 50 different things you can accomplish now?
    40. 40. Goal 8.• Rapid Capacity Building and Application of Training
    41. 41. 8. Team Capacity Transfer ProgramsThe 7 Benefits of Capacity Transfer:• Team Building: staff have clear roles and responsibilities and work smoothly• Improved Communication: staff share a common vision and support each other’s efforts• Concerted Action: staff proactively avoiding duplication and creating synergy opportunities• Accountability: backstop staff get a simple scorecard that tells you how your staff and their projects are going• Improved Individual and Team Performance: field staff deliver quality results and add value to their team’s work• Strong Community Participation: everyone in the community participate in your projects or programs• Visible Results: Project delivers visible results every day! www.midego.com
    42. 42. 8. Personalized Training1. Focus on your Personal Mission2. Define your Goals3. Set Daily Success Targets4. Use a Checklist to Meet each Target5. Provide Action Oriented Training6. Start NOW! Take Baby Steps to GET STARTED and Stay Motivated Today7. Visualize Clear Success Milestones www.midego.com
    43. 43. Sample of a client’s results:Ownership of Results- Ghana
    44. 44. Goal 9.• Manage Knowledge and Steward to the Right Information
    45. 45. 9. New Knowledge Management products• Minimum Training Program – Action oriented – Ownership of results• Knowledge Stewardship – Access just the information you need• Digital Communities of Practice• Wiki
    46. 46. Goal 10.• Increase Local Technical Experts and Sustain Development Assistance at Lower Costs
    47. 47. 10. “Cloning” of MIDEGO’s Expertise• TA operations manual• Certification• Licensing• Streamlined processes• Consultant training• Apprenticeship• VIP
    48. 48. Innovation Why,” said the Dodo, “the best way to explain it is to do it.” Alice in Wonderland, Lewis Carroll 1865
    49. 49. May I have a Volunteer?Why don’t you answer these questionsand see what you learn about yourself?1.What is your goal?2.What is stopping you from achieving it?3.What can you do about it NOW?4.What else?5.What else?6.What will it look like when you achieve yourgoal?7.What is your next step? www.midego.com
    50. 50. Goal Scorecard – Your TurnMeasure Score this Score next Action Who isand quarter quarter responsibleCount forEach reportingGoal this score?
    51. 51. Objectives1. Discuss The Process of Innovation2.Discuss Ten Ways to Innovate and AddValue to Global Health Projects3.Discuss Ways to Take Global Health tothe Next Level www.midego.com
    52. 52. Visit us at www.midego.com Remember to Download the “Global Health Starter Program” to start making a bigger impact right away! Thank you!Copyright ©2010 MIDEGO
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