Introduction to Networked Improvement Basics

Overview

Introduction to Networked Improvement Basics is an 11-week (12 session), mediated online course that will familiarize participants with key concepts, strategies, and tools in improvement science. Learners will work in cohorts to develop their conceptual understanding of the principles and practices of improvement science and build their skills to apply improvement methods to real problems.


LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. An understanding of the principles and practices of improvement science
  2. Fluency and capacity to engage in improvement science practice with a network of colleagues
  3. Skills to apply improvement methods to real problems

Course Details

Introduction to Networked Improvement Basics begins in January 2019. Registration opens in September 2018.

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Course Structure

  • Comprehensive video series breaking down larger concepts covered in the module
  • Corresponding course readings tailored to each session
  • Reflective writing exercises
  • Team exercises with collaborative short projects for each module
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Team Structure

This course is designed as a group-guided learning experience. If you are not part of a team already, you will be assigned to teams of at least two and no more than six.

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Time Required

Each week, teams will spend approximately three to five hours reviewing the online videos and completing the readings, journal assignments, and team practice tasks. Teams are also encouraged to attend the optional, weekly one-hour office hours offered by Carnegie faculty.


Questions?

Contact us if you have questions about the course or want to be notified when enrollment opens.