Introduction to the Online Business Case Creator

The event will start on: Dec 14, 01:00pm EST
And will end on: Dec 14, 02:30pm EST

pho logo-3The Online Business Case Creator (OBCC) is brought to you by Public Health Ontario (PHO) and the National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools (NCCMT).

 

The new Online Business Case Creator (OBCC) is a tool that will guide ynccmt-2ou through a three-step process to assess and analyze your project and help you make your best recommendations about whether a project should move forwar

Use the OBCC to:

  • Assess - create a scorecard showing your project’s strengths and limitations.
  • Analyze - identify and emphasize the benefits of your project.
  • Advise - draw conclusions about the overall impact of your project.

Work on one business case, work on many business cases! Copy your business case and tailor it for other audiences.
Start now. Return later. Print your business case. Change it as it develops.

For beginners, managers, teachers and seasoned practitioners. A one-stop planning shop.

Learn more about this new resource!

Jodi Thesenvitz will provide an orientation to the OBCC, the new Project Management Tools (PMT) and the original Online Health Program Planner (OHPP).

Participants will leave this session armed with an understanding of the basic functionality of the OBCC and where to find further supports when using this tool.

The National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools (NCCMT) and Public Health Ontario (PHO) are working together to launch and support the Online Business Case Creator (OBCC).

Co-host:

Kirsten Sears MHSc
Knowledge Broker, National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools (NCCMT)
McMaster University

Advisor on Tap:

jodi thesenvitz-1Jodi Thesenvitz
J Thesenvitz Consulting Inc.

During her 15-year public health career, Ms. Thesenvitz has worked in Ontario, Canada to support health promotion and the primary prevention of chronic diseases and injuries. She began working at the community level with Hamilton Public Health on tobacco control, and then worked for 12 years on supporting professionals at a provincial and national level.

As a self-employed consultant, Ms. Thesenvitz has helped build capacity for evidence-informed public health throughout Ontario and Canada. She developed and delivered training materials using traditional methods such as face to face workshops, consultations and print materials. Five years ago, she transitioned to working primarily on the design, development and dissemination of more innovative, self-directed, online tools and resources, in both French and English. Examples of this include the Online Health Program Planner (OHPP), Online Business Case Creator (OBCC), Online Intervention Mapping Prototype, training webcasts to support clients of The Health Communication Unit (THCU), and THCU’s online resource database.
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Le nouveau Créateur d'analyse de cas en ligne (CACL) est un outil qui vous guidera dans le processus d'analyse de votre projet en trois étapes et qui vous aidera à faire les meilleures recommandations possibles quant à la décision d'aller de l'avant (ou non) avec un projet précis.

Servez-vous du CACL pour :

  • évaluer – créer une carte de pointage montrant les forces et les limites de votre projet;
  • analyser – déterminer les avantages de votre projet et y mettre l’accent;
  • conseiller – tirer des conclusions sur l’effet global de votre projet.

Travaillez à une analyse de cas ou à bon nombre d’analyses! Reproduisez votre analyse de cas et adaptez-la à d’autres publics.
Commencez maintenant. Revenez plus tard. Imprimez votre analyse de cas. Modifiez-la au fil de son évolution.
Un guichet de planification unique pour les débutants, les gestionnaires, les enseignants et les professionnels chevronnés.
Apprenez plus sur cette nouvelle ressource

Jodi Thesenvitz donnera une séance d’orientation sur le CACL, les nouveaux Outils de gestion de projets (OGP) et la version originale de l’Outil de planification en ligne des programmes de santé (OPLPS).

Après la séance, les participants comprendront les principales fonctionnalités de l’outil et sauront où trouver des sources d’appui lorsqu’ils utiliseront l’outil.  
Le Centre de collaboration nationale des méthodes et outils (CCNMO) et Santé publique Ontario (SPO) collaborent au lancement du nouveau Créateur d’analyse de cas en ligne (CACL).

Kirsten Sears
Courtière en connaissances, Centre de collaboration nationale des méthodes et outils (CCNMO), Université McMaster

Conférenciere:
Jodi Thesenvitz
J Thesenvitz Consulting Inc.


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