Turning the Lens: How Organisational Strength Supports Replication

Turning the Lens: How Organisational Strength Supports Replication

Turning the Lens: How Organisational Strength Support Replication, has a focus on organisational readiness to replicate alongside flexibility to adapt to the demands of delivering interventions. It outlines what characteristics an organisation needs to be able to replicate, how their ability can be assessed and how areas for development can be identified. The briefing also covers the replication models that Realising Ambition organisations have used to deliver their services and then explores universal issues that organisations can face in every replication irrespective of the replication model.

 

Key learning points include:

  • Successful replication requires the right people working within an organisational framework to consciously and actively develop, improve and deliver the intervention/s.
  • Maintaining high levels of programme fidelity whilst making adaptations to local contexts requires strong leadership.
  • Strong governance structures support leaders to improve their services.
  • Well developed organisational processes for information and knowledge management improve services.
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