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Openness to change and conservation in value-laden decisions

Christoff Prinsloo, Charlene Lew
2021 South African Journal of Human Resource Management  
Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the participants of this research project.  ...  Data availability Data are available in a separate repository upon request from the corresponding author.  ...  The research focused on the items for conservation (four items each for tradition and conformity and five items for security) and openness to change (four items for selfdirection and three items for stimulation  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajhrm.v19i0.1468 fatcat:35ehdkn7wnfwpjusth37rvnagy

Applying Grounded Theory to Investigating Change Management in the Nonprofit Sector

David Rosenbaum, A. M. Elizabeth More, Peter Steane
2016 SAGE Open  
Key findings are that nonprofit specific change management models may need to incorporate a focus on formal reflection for change agents and change recipients, development of trust and confidence in the  ...  This article sets out a particular method of applying it to the study of change management using a rich single case study in the nonprofit sector.  ...  of specific change management models for application in this sector.  ... 
doi:10.1177/2158244016679209 fatcat:fd2fwareyvd47jvtfruh3vkzdq

Cash transfer programmes in lower-income and middle-income countries: understanding pathways to nutritional change—a realist review protocol

Hilary J Floate, Geoffrey C Marks, Jo Durham
2019 BMJ Open  
The final step involves dissemination of a preliminary theory for feedback prior to empirically testing it in Kenya and Ethiopia where large-scale CTPs are being implemented.Ethics and disseminationThis  ...  These will be empirically tested in the field and contribute to a better understanding of how, why, for whom and in what circumstances CTPs can be implemented to optimise impacts on child nutritional status.Methods  ...  to further develop and test the theories.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2018-028314 pmid:31133594 pmcid:PMC6537996 fatcat:xlr4ljw4afaljeeu2pod7ewale

A transformative translational change programme to introduce genomics into healthcare: a complexity and implementation science study protocol

Natalie Taylor, Stephanie Best, Melissa Martyn, Janet C Long, Kathryn N North, Jeffrey Braithwaite, Clara Gaff
2019 BMJ Open  
We will (a) examine 29 health systems (Australian and Melbourne Genomics Health Alliance flagships) integrating genomics into practice and (b) combine this learning to co-design and test an evidence-based  ...  Stages '1' and '2a' (representing hybrid model 1) are the focus of this protocol.  ...  and how to generate the ideal for implementation. ► A demonstration of how complexity principles can be incorporated into the application of behavioural change theory. ► A challenging undertaking to consolidate  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2018-024681 pmid:30842113 pmcid:PMC6429849 fatcat:r6jcqjyk2rgm5ipspvvyz3nvga

Motivating Change: a grounded theory of how to achieve large-scale, sustained change, co-created with improvement organisations across the UK

Jenna P Breckenridge, Nicola Gray, Madalina Toma, Sue Ashmore, Ruth Glassborow, Cameron Stark, Mary J Renfrew
2019 BMJ Open Quality  
Witnessing effective change is motivating for staff and positive outcomes provide a convincing argument for the need to sustain improvement activity.  ...  The theory posits that change is more likely to be sustained at scale if there is synergy between staff's perceived need and desire for improvement, and the extrinsic motivators for change.  ...  to co-create theory, and their feedback on drafts of the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjoq-2018-000553 pmid:31259285 pmcid:PMC6568165 fatcat:twboqjwiefazjg2avjmiwvz4bm

The CUSSH programme: learning how to support cities' transformational change towards health and sustainability

Michael Davies, Kristine Belesova, Melanie Crane, Joanna Hale, Andy Haines, Emma Hutchinson, Gregor Kiesewetter, Blessing Mberu, Nahid Mohajeri, Susan Michie, James Milner, Gemma Moore (+11 others)
2021 Wellcome Open Research  
cities in low-, middle- and high-income settings, using systems-based participatory methods, to test and support the implementation of the transformative changes needed to meet local and global health  ...  and application of methods for tracking the progress of cities towards sustainability and health goals; (iii) the development and application of models to assess the impact on population health, health  ...  Acknowledgements The CUSSH team would like to thank all the city stakeholders for their invaluable engagement.  ... 
doi:10.12688/wellcomeopenres.16678.1 pmid:35028422 pmcid:PMC8686329 fatcat:ttcdytv2fzg4rip7zyqrmssf74

Responsive feedback: Towards a new paradigm to enhance intervention effectiveness

K. Viswanath, Christina Synowiec, Sohail Agha
2019 Gates Open Research  
A responsive feedback approach, in theory, should be agile, flexible, adaptive, iterative, and actionable.  ...  The current dominant models of intervention design in the development sector do not account for the complexity and unpredictability of implementation challenges.  ...  The new responsive feedback approach offers practical recommendations and an implementation and monitoring and evaluating model for future programs. As such, it goes beyond traditional theories.  ... 
doi:10.12688/gatesopenres.12937.1 fatcat:dophfbvmmbhjpbcln22oabmu6y

Responsive feedback: Towards a new paradigm to enhance intervention effectiveness

K. Viswanath, Christina Synowiec, Sohail Agha
2019 Gates Open Research  
A responsive feedback approach, in theory, should be agile, flexible, adaptive, iterative, and actionable.  ...  The current dominant models of intervention design in the development sector do not account for the complexity and unpredictability of implementation challenges.  ...  Acknowledgements The new responsive feedback approach offers practical recommendations and an implementation and monitoring and evaluating model for future programs.  ... 
doi:10.12688/gatesopenres.12937.2 pmid:31131370 pmcid:PMC6480401 fatcat:yyocdufq2rg2lizoq55tedjdy4

International Challenges to Transformational Government: Enhanced Project Management Identifies Need for Existential Change

Shauneen Furlong
2015 JeDEM - eJournal of eDemocracy & Open Government  
behaviour.Thus, the next step in the research is to examine a two-pronged approach (enhanced project management and existential change leadership) to respond to the challenges and barriers that have long  ...  eGovernment navigation tool-kit that coalesces with enhanced project management and creates a multi-dimensional approach to transformation; it is existential change leadership that focuses on human mindset  ...  The procedures should ensure that project managers consult with industry to test the viability of the proposed ICT enabled change, outline the need for a comprehensive and well-evidenced examination of  ... 
doi:10.29379/jedem.v7i2.406 fatcat:jcyuzokc4fei5jxztnowgjamyq

Measurement Methods to Analyze Changes in Coordination During Motor Learning from a Non-linear Perspective

Robert Rein
2012 The Open Sports Sciences Journal  
These analysis tools enable sports scientists to investigate motor learning from a non-linear perspective and to gain a better knowledge of the processes occurring during motor learning.  ...  The present paper serves as an introduction for sports scientists to several different analysis methods, which have produced many interesting insights in the area of motor control and motor learning over  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The author would like to thank to anonymous reviewers for their comments, which significantly improved the quality of the present paper.  ... 
doi:10.2174/1875399x01205010036 fatcat:d67kgyq4avbhdllvet5axb6ocy

Guidance on how to develop complex interventions to improve health and healthcare

Alicia O'Cathain, Liz Croot, Edward Duncan, Nikki Rousseau, Katie Sworn, Katrina M Turner, Lucy Yardley, Pat Hoddinott
2019 BMJ Open  
These include seeing intervention development as a dynamic iterative process, involving stakeholders, reviewing published research evidence, drawing on existing theories, articulating programme theory,  ...  key principles and actions for consideration when developing interventions to improve health.  ...  Many thanks to participants in the e-Delphis, consensus conference and qualitative interviews, to members of our Expert Panel and to people who attended workshops discussing this guidance.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2019-029954 pmid:31420394 pmcid:PMC6701588 fatcat:3g5insvuhffjnccdtf2xlyxgbm

Developing a theory-informed complex intervention to improve nurse–patient therapeutic engagement employing Experience-based Co-design and the Behaviour Change Wheel: an acute mental health ward case study

Sarah McAllister, Alan Simpson, Vicki Tsianakas, Nick Canham, Vittoria De Meo, Cady Stone, Glenn Robert
2021 BMJ Open  
learning with others; and (3) develop a toolkit to enhance therapeutic engagement on acute mental health wards.Design and participantsWe describe a theory-driven approach to co-designing an intervention  ...  theory-driven approach enhanced both EBCD and the BCW.  ...  And, finally, thank you to Soak Digital for designing figure 1 , Peter Moorey for his illustrations as part of the Let's Talk toolkit and Ioanna Xenophontes and Sarah Combes for cofacilitating the EBCD  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2020-047114 pmid:33986066 pmcid:PMC8126294 fatcat:6czf6sf7evg6vgkeffjri7seom

Theory of change for the delivery of talking therapies by lay workers to survivors of humanitarian crises in low-income and middle-income countries: protocol of a systematic review

Grace Kathryn Ryan, Andreas Bauer, Judith K Bass, Julian Eaton
2018 BMJ Open  
Ryan, GK; Bauer, A; Bass, JK; Eaton, J (2018) Theory of change for the delivery of talking therapies by lay workers to survivors of humanitarian crises in low-income and middle-income countries: protocol  ...  BMJ open, 8 (2). e018193.  ...  a Theory of Change (ToC).  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2017-018193 pmid:29455163 pmcid:PMC5855449 fatcat:qyuzs3zu6ncqlmiv55vzwyzivm

Correction to 'Open science and modified funding lotteries can impede the natural selection of bad science'

Paul E. Smaldino, Matthew A. Turner, Pablo A. Contreras Kallens
2019 Royal Society Open Science  
This paper was made better thanks to helpful comments from John Bunce, Daniël Lakens, Karthik Panchanathan, Anne Scheel, Leo Tiokhin and Kelly Weinersmith.  ...  Each simulation was run for 10 7 iterations to ensure convergence to a stable a, though most runs converged much more quickly, on the order of 10 5 iterations.  ...  We ran experiments consisting of 50 model runs for each set of parameter values tested (table 1) .  ... 
doi:10.1098/rsos.191249 pmid:31543978 pmcid:PMC6731693 fatcat:pwerfhmrufe5zhjehqp7y75y74

From Structure to Function in Open Ionic Channels

R.S. Eisenberg
1999 Journal of Membrane Biology  
We consider a simple working hypothesis that all permeation properties of open ionic channels can be predicted by understanding electrodiffusion in fixed structures, without invoking conformation changes  ...  dynamics, for example) to understand them.  ...  PNP is a theory of the stationary properties of open channels, and as such is not concerned with gating or conformation change.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s002329900554 pmid:10485990 fatcat:vcsqxans2jahvj2v7x7dlq4u2m
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