Knowledge Translation Curriculum Module 2

Module 2. Situation Analysis

Below are the resources hyperlinked in Module One. This includes, in the order as presented in the Curriculum, peer-reviewed papers, grey literature and presentations. See the bottom of the page for Additional Literature that go beyond the Suggested Readings.

For the full text of all Modules: <Knowledge Translation Curriculum – full – Oct 2012.pdf>.

For Module One: <Knowledge Translation Curriculum – Module 2 – Oct 2012.pdf>

Note these are still drafts; they are now circulating for final comments and feedback.

Lesson One: An Introduction to Deliberation

Lesson One Presentation

A presentation highlighting the major aspects of Lesson One is available in three different formats:

  1. as a <pdf> for printing or presentations in full-screen mode. This file cannot be modified. <KTC Module 2 – Lesson 1 – presentation.pdf>

  2. as a <key> for presentations. This uses Apple’s proprietary Keynote software; users of this software may modify the presentation as desired. <KTC Module 2 – Lesson 1 – presentation.key>

  3. as a <ppt> for presentations. This uses Microsoft’s proprietary PowerPoint software; users of this may modify the presentation as desired. <KTC Module 2 – Lesson 1 – presentation.ppt>

Lesson 1.1: The Arts of Deliberation

Suggested Readings

  1. McDonald D, Bammer G and Deane P. Research Integration Using Dialogue Methods. The Australian National University E Press, 2009. <KTC Module 2 – 1a – McDonald et al 2009.pdf>

  2. McCoy M and Scully P. “Deliberative Dialogue to Expand Civic Engagement: What kind of talk does democracy need?”. National Civic Review. 91:2, 2002. <KTC Module 2 – 1b – McCoy and Scully 2002.pdf>

  3. Campbell S. Deliberative Priority Setting. A CIHR Knowledge Translation Module. 2010. <KTC Module 2 – 1c – Campbell 2010.pdf>

  4. National Collaborating Centre for Healthy Public Policy. Deliberative Processes and Knowledge Translation. 2010. Institut national de santé publique du Quebec. <KTC Module 2 – 1d – NCCHPP 2010.pdf>

  5. Isaksen S. A Review of Brainstorming Research: Six Critical Issues for Inquiry. Monograph #302. Creative Problem Solving Group, Buffalo NY.<KTC Module 2 – 1e – Isaksen 1998.pdf>

  6. McKee N. Visualisation in Participatory Programmes (VIPP): Taking stock of its diffusion and impact. Journal of Communication for Development and Social Change: A Global Journal. Hampton Press. Creskill, N.J. Vol. 2, No. 4 2009 (in press copy). <KTC Module 2 – 1f – McKee et al 2009.pdf>

  7. Gregory J, Hartz-Karp J, Watson R. Using deliberative techniques to engage the community in policy development. Australia and New Zealand Health Policy. 5:16, 2008. <KTC Module 2 – 1g – Gregory et al 2008.pdf>

Lesson Two: Stakeholder Analysis

Suggested Readings (for Lessons 2.1, 2.2 and 2.3)

  1. Bryson J. What to do when stakeholders matter: stakeholder identification and analysis techniques. Public Management Review, 6 (1), 2004. <KTC Module 2 – 2a – Bryson 2004.pdf>

  2. Varvasovszky and Brugha 2000. How to do (or not to do)… a stakeholder analysis. Health Policy and Planning, 15 (3), 2000. <KTC Module 2 – 2b – Varvasovszky and Brugha 2000.pdf>

  3. MEASURE Evaluation. Stakeholder Engagement Tool. USAID. 2011. <KTC Module 2 – 2c – Measure Evaluation 2011.pdf>

  4. Department for International Development. Tools for Development. Version 15.1. March 2003. Note: pdf is only chapter 2 “Stakeholder Analysis” and chapter 3 “Problem and Situational Analysis”. <KTC Module 2 – 2d – DFID 2003.pdf>

  5. World Wildlife Foundation. Cross-Cutting Tool: Stakeholder analysis. October 2005. <KTC Module 2 – 2e – WWF 2005.pdf>

  6. Zimmermann A and Maennling C. Multi-stakeholder management: tools for stakeholder analysis: 10 building blocks for designing participatory systems of cooperation. GTZ. 2007. <KTC Module 2 – Zimmerman and Maennling 2007.pdf>

Lesson Two Presentation

A presentation highlighting the major aspects of Lesson Two is available in three different formats:

  1. as a <pdf> for printing or presentations in full-screen mode. This file cannot be modified. <KTC Module 2 – Lesson 2 – presentation.pdf>

  2. as a <key> for presentations. This uses Apple’s proprietary Keynote software; users of this software may modify the presentation as desired. <KTC Module 2 – Lesson 2 – presentation.key>

  3. as a <ppt> for presentations. This uses Microsoft’s proprietary PowerPoint software; users of this may modify the presentation as desired. <KTC Module 2 – Lesson 2 – presentation.ppt>

Lesson Three: Political Context Analysis

Suggested Readings (for Lessons 3.1 and 3.2)

  1. Nash R et al. Mapping Political Context: A Toolkit for CSOs. ODI, 2006. <KTC Module 2 – 3a – Nash et al 2006.pdf>

  2. The World Health Organization. Situation Analysis of Male Circumcision. WHO Geneva, 2009. <KTC Module 2 – 3b – WHO 2009.pdf>

  3. Bjuremalm H. Power Analysis – Experiences and Challenges. Sida 2006. <KTC Module 2 – 3c – Bjuremalm 2006.pdf>

  4. The World Bank. Tools for Institutional, Political and Social Analysis of Policy Reform. Washington DC, 2007. <KTC Module 2 – 3d – World Bank 2007.pdf>

  5. Lewis J. Being around and knowing the players: networks of influence in health policy. Social Science and Medicine 62: 2125-2136. 2006. <KTC Module 2 – 3e – Lewis 2006.pdf>

  6. Walt G and Gilson L. Reforming the health sector in developing countries: the central role of policy analysis. Health Policy and Planning. 9:4, 1994. <KTC Module 2 – 3f – Walt and Gilson 1994.pdf>

  7. Lavis JN et al. Guidance for evidence-informed policies about health systems: linking guidance development to policy development. PLoS Medicine. 9:3. 2012. <KTC Module 2 – Lavis et al 2012.pdf>

Lesson Three Presentation

A presentation highlighting the major aspects of Lesson Three is available in three different formats:

  1. as a <pdf> for printing or presentations in full-screen mode. This file cannot be modified. <KTC Module 2 – Lesson 3 – presentation.pdf>

  2. as a <key> for presentations. This uses Apple’s proprietary Keynote software; users of this software may modify the presentation as desired. <KTC Module 2 – Lesson 3 – presentation.key>

  3. as a <ppt> for presentations. This uses Microsoft’s proprietary PowerPoint software; users of this may modify the presentation as desired. <KTC Module 2 – Lesson 3 – presentation.ppt>

Additional Literature Cited in the Module

  1. Bainbridge JM, Potts T, O’Higgins TG. Rapid policy network mapping: a new method for understanding governance structures for implementation of marine enviornmental policy. PLoS One. 6:10. 2011. <KTC Module 2 – Bainbridge et al 2011.pdf>

  2. Bourne L, Walker DHT. Using a visualizing tool to study stakeholder influence – two Australian examples. The Project Management Journal. 37:1. 2006. <KTC Module 2 – Bourne and Walker 2006.pdf>

  3. Contandriopoulos D et al. Knowledge exchange processes in organizations and policy arenas: a narrative systematic review of the literature. The Milbank Quarterly. 88:4. 2010. <KTC Module 2 – Contandriopolos et al 2010.pdf>

  4. de Savigny D, Adam T, Eds. Systems thinking for health systems strengthening. Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research. WHO: Geneva. 2009. <KTC Module 2 – de Savigny and Adam 2009.pdf>

  5. Department for International Development (DFID). Political Economy Analysis: How to Note. July 2009. <KTC Module 2 – DFID 2009.pdf>

  6. Department for International Development (DFID). Lessons learned: planning and undertaking a Drivers of Change study. A DFID practice paper. 2005. <KTC Module 2 – DFID 2005.pdf>

  7. Dobbins M et al. A randomized controlled trial evaluating the impact of knowledge translation and exchange strategies. Implementation Science. 4:61. 2009. <KTC Module 2 – Dobbins et al 2009.pdf>

  8. Haider H and Rao S. Political and Social Analysis for Development Policy and Practice: An Overview of Five Approaches. Governance and Social Development Research Centre. 2010. <KTC Module 2 – Haider and Rao 2010.pdf>

  9. Kitson AL et al. Evaluating the successful implementation of evidence into practice using the PARiHS framework: theoretical and practical challenges. Implementation Science. 3:1. 2008. <KTC Module 2 – Kitson et al 2008.pdf>

  10. Merrill J et al. Findings from an organizational network analysis to support local public health management. Journal of Urban Health: Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine. 85:4. 2008. <KTC Module 2 – Merrill et al 2008.pdf>

  11. National Cancer Institute. Greater Than the Sum: Systems Thinking in Tobacco Control. Tobacco Control Monograph No. 18. Bethesda, MD: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute. NIH Pub. No. 06-6085, April 2007. <KTC Module 2 – National Cancer Institute 2007.pdf>

  12. Pearson S et al. Applications of the Policy Analysis Matrix in Indonesian Agriculture. May 2003. <KTC Module 2 – Pearson et al 2003.pdf>

  13. Provan KG, Fish A, Sydow J. Interorganizational networks at the network level: a review of the empirical literature on whole networks. Journal of Management. 33:479. 2007. <KTC Module 2 – Provan et al 2007.pdf>

  14. Research and Policy in Development. SWOT Analysis. No year. <KTC Module 2 – RAPID no year.pdf>

  15. Schmeer K. Stakeholder Analysis Guidelines. No publication information. <KTC Module 2 – Schmeer no year.pdf>

  16. Smith MK. Bruce W. Tuckman – forming, storming, norming and performing in groups. The Encyclopaedia of Informal Education. 2005. <KTC Module 2 – Smith 2005.pdf>

  17. Tuckman BW. Developmental sequence in small groups. Psychological Bulletin. 63. 1965. Reprinted in Group Facilitation: A Research and Applications Journal. Number 3. 2001. <KTC Module 2 – Tuckman 1965.pdf>

  18. Valente T, Davis R. Accelerating the diffusion of innovations using opinion leaders. Ann. Am. Acad. 566. 1999. <KTC Module 2 – Valente and Davis 1999.pdf>

  19. Wholey DR, Gregg W, Moscovice I. Public health systems: a social networks perspective. Public Health Services and Systems Research. 44:5. 2009. <KTC Module 2 – Wholey et al 2009.pdf>

  20. Young J and Mendizabal E. Helping researchers become policy entrepreneurs. Briefing Paper 53. Overseas Development Institute: London. 2009. <KTC Module 2 – Young and Mendizabal 2009.pdf>

  21. Zimmermann A and Maennling C. Multi-stakeholder management: tools for stakeholder analysis: 10 building blocks for designing participatory systems of cooperation. GTZ. 2007. <KTC Module 2 – Zimmerman and Maennling 2007.pdf>