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Draw a DoView® outcomes model to show the underlying outcomes you’re trying to achieve which can then be measured with RBA indicators. Below is an example of a drill-down page about offenders within a DoView® outcomes model for restorative justice (a process where an offender meets with their victims).
Tag the boxes in the DoView® model to mark-up which boxes are related to each of the different types of RBA indicators.
Next, put in the RBA indictors you already have.
Using DoView® planning with RBA, you can immediately see which boxes do NOT have indicators. You can miss this completely if you just use RBA on it’s own.
Copy and paste your indicators onto another page in DoView® to set them out in the traditional RBA format. When you ‘clone’ your indicators from one page to another within your DoView® model, if you edit them on one page this means they'll change everywhere they appear within the DoView® file.
‘Turning the curve’ in RBA is an additional area where DoView® can add value to RBA. Turning the curve is a process whereby stakeholders meet to plan how they can collectively achieve outcomes. DoView® collaborative planning can be usd to get a group of stakeholders to work out how they can collaborate to bring about change. Here is an example.
If you want to use RBA you need to check out their licensing here.