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Make Improvement Stick

Seminar Overview

Improvement is a team effort. You and your team know you can do better, but also know it’s challenging to make time for quality improvement (QI) work — let alone sustain its gains. 
 
Implementing a culture of continuous quality improvement that consistently achieves positive, sustainable outcomes doesn’t happen by accident either. Setting up management systems and organizational processes for quality planning, quality improvement, and quality control enables you to consistently deliver the QI results you seek. These steps have their own elements of standard work that you can learn in the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s (IHI’s) new seminar Make Improvement Stick: How to Set Up Your Initiatives for Success
 
Whether you're about to manage your first improvement project or your 50th, this seminar will show you the strategies you can test and use immediately, examples you can share with colleagues and valuable tools you can bring to your next QI project. Enroll today.  ​​

What You'll Learn

Through participation in this seminar, you and your team will: 

  • Learn and apply a proven improvement initiative design framework to increase your ability to achieve your goals and sustain your gains 
  • Understand and apply the core principles of: 
    • Quality planning, quality improvement, and quality control 
    • Developing and aligning a portfolio of improvement projects 
    • Setting ambitious and achievable aims for improvement work 
    • Developing a measurement and evaluation strategy 
    • Creating and sustaining a culture of high-performance and continuous improvement 
    • Managing and coaching frontline improvement teams 
    • Spreading successful improvements across your organization

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

People from hospitals, health systems, health ministries, community improvement organiz​ations, among others, are encouraged to attend. If attending as a team, please note there is no limit on size.

  • Directors of Quality Improvement
  • Improvement Advisors
  • Service Line Managers