Check your progress

check your progress

Here are some signs that you and your change team are making progress:

  • you have engaged a group of individuals, including people with direct experience and knowledge about the problem/gap to work through this step.
  • you have taken into account the concerns, doubts and questions raised by individuals, and have respectfully addressed their concerns.
  • you have involved formal leaders and/or kept them well informed.
  • you clearly stated the problem and/or gap.
  • you have used data to support the problem statement or gap.
  • you have used a systematic approach and have a clear rationale to support the choice of the knowledge tool.
  • you could confidently defend your choice of the knowledge tool as high quality and suitable for the needs of staff and other stakeholders. 
  • you have identified priority problems/gaps to address.