Using DoView® in Universities

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Lets face it, much of what you do in higher education and research is complex - youre not just producing standardized widgets. There are multiple, sometimes hard-to-measure outcomes, sometimes over long time frames, and youre not the only factor influencing them. 

You’re in a rapidly morphing environment - funding models, technology, globalisation, and IP exploitation frameworks. Youre busy transforming institutional structures; developing new business models; keeping your faculty and staff on board; and also trying to protect the key traditional values of the university.  

Universities around the world are using the DoView Planning Toolkit and DoView Software as part of the way they successfully navigate this complexity. Its a simple tool that you learn once and can apply in mutiple planning and outcomes situations - think of it as a ‘Swiss Army Knife’ planning tool for an agile world. 

Often you’ll just quickly do the job with it. Sometimes you’ll use it to scope outcomes and use it to prototype, more complex, longer-term outcomes systems.

Select the tool you want to use below,  download a trial of DoView Software, and start playing around with it now.  









 




More specific teaching uses





























DoView Outcomes Models    -   Mental Health Service    |     Regional Public Heatlh Organization    |     Minister’s Health Priorities    |    Clinical provider in the child health area   |    Reproductive Health Service    |    


Traditional models Logic Models, Program Theories, Results Chains, Intervention Logics, Strategy Maps drawn in DoView  -   Mental Health Service    |     Regional Public Heatlh Organization    |     Minister’s Health Priorities    |    Clinical provider in the child health area   |    Reproductive Health Service    



Two three-hour live online workshops with your team - to help them understand and then build drafts of the DoView Outcomes model(s) which will form the basis for your organization’s DoView Outcomes Framework




These two workshops will:

Provide an introduction to using a DoView® Oucomes Framework as the basis for your work (as opposed to training in DoView® software)

Allow discussion with the group on which aspects of the DoView® Outcomes Framework (outcomes model drawing; priority setting; mapping projects onto priorities; indicator identification; accountability identification; implementation evaluation; impact attribution; stakeholder outcomes consultation; cross-organizational or cross-sector collaboration; or, outcomes-based contracting) should be focused on. This discussion is about working out the best Outcomes Architecture for your organization.

Drawing one or more draft DoView® Outcomes Models to: 1) illustrate the process of building a DoView® Outcomes Model; and, 2) providing a draft of a working DoView Outcomes Model that can then form the basis for the development of your ongoing DoView Outcomes Framework.









3. DoView model for a mental health service


Contains pages as below. Can be used for planning, strategy, discussions with others. 


View Live Model      Download DoView File          PDF



Ministry for Primary Industry DoView


Contains pages as below. Can be used for planning, strategy, discussions with others. 


View Live Model      Download DoView File          PDF




Department of Conservation DoView


Contains pages as below. Can be used for planning, strategy, discussions with others. 


View Live Model      Download DoView File          PDF



Additional consulting or workshoping




We are available for further consulting or workshoping with Dr Duignan or someone else from our team depending on the future direction you want to take your outcomes work. 




Further information




Information on DoView Outcomes Systems and Parker Duignan Consulting Group.

Information on DoView for planning.

Information on DoView for outcomes and impact measurement (monitoring and evaluation).

Information on the theory behind the DoView Approach.

Follow Dr Paul Duignan on Twitter and follow his blogging on the DoView Blog.





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