Session 4: February 4

Recordings and Handouts

There are nine video segments from this session, which you can access by scrolling down through this page. In total, there is just over 60 minutes of video.

  1. Introduction and Check-ins (7:49)
    After a brief look at the agenda, we check in on where attendees have found ease (or anticipate doing so) in the RBA process.

2. Context for Population Level Accountability (2:05, presentation)
Kate provides a short review of the topics covered so far in our RBA Short Course as context for diving into population accountability.

3. Population Level Accountability Process (10:07)
In this session, Kate presents on key aspects of the RBA Population Level Accountability process. During this segment, you may want to refer to this Population Accountability Worksheet.

4. Q & A about Population Level Accountability Process (9:21)
In this discussion segment, Kate answers participants’ questions about population level accountability measures. Topics include strategies for including stakeholders in the process, how to incorporate what your team and partners are learning into the process, and identifying the right measures and actionable items. During this segment, you may want to refer to this Population Accountability Worksheet

5. Who Should Care? (6:15)
This discussion segment focuses the key people — within an organization and its stakeholders and partners — who can be important to engage in population level accountability activities.

6. Ties to Collective Impact & Strategic Planning (4:40)
In this session, Kate describes the links between population level accountability and collective impact between organizations and strategic planning within organizations.

7. Population Level Indictors (9:10)
In this segment, Kate focuses on selecting data points to measure and track progress over the long term. Group discussion follows.

8. Resources to Help with Population Accountability Work (32 seconds)
In this short clip, Kate points to resources to help with population level accountability work in the RBA framework.

9. Example Performance Measure Culling Process (10:42 minutes)
In this segment, Kate presents an example of her process for honing down a large brain-stormed list of possible performance measures (in the three categories of how much, how well and is anybody better off) to a streamlined set of meaningful measures. The example shows the steps of the process described at the end of the January 7 session. Here is the Example Performance Measures Worksheet Kate refers to during the presentation.