Sharon Shea introduces the RBA™ methodology and explains how it can be used to show the impact of your work.
She discusses key RBA™ concepts (2-3-7), the benefits of the RBA™ process, the seven step thinking process of RBA™ and some baseline tools that will start you off on your RBA™ journey.
- Sharon’s powerpoint slides
- RBA™ Research methods
- What Works website – RBA resources
- Using Research evidence for Success
- Ministry of Health Streamlined Contracting: Accountability
- Collective Impact
- Four-part RBA Training Session to MBIE staff. This video unpacks RBA™ in more depth. Watch part 1, 2, 3, and 4 of this 4-part presentation.
More about RBA™
RBA™ is more than a research and evaluation model – it is a common sense process that will help your organisation to meet its vision, mission and strategic priorities linked to people well-being.
RBA™ supports you to identify if anyone is better off (client outcomes) as a result of the work you deliver. Importantly, it looks at both quantity and quality, making this a valuable tool for not for profit and government agencies seeking to continuously improve on delivery, performance and partnering for outcomes.
More Webinars in this RBA Series
- In RBA Webinar No. 2: ‘Introduction to RBA™ (March 2017), Sharon Shea demonstrate the Results Based Accountability (RBA™) methodology and discusses the art of ‘Mapping and Gapping’ and the difference between population, systems and services.
- In RBA Webinar No.3: Making Sense of your Data.‘ (August 2017), Sharon Shea introduces great data collection, how to make sense of your data, and how to use your data to help with the process of influencing change.