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Module 3 - Activity 3C: Adapting to Context Print E-mail
Module 3: Optimize Potential Impact

In this third activity of Module 3, you are going to examine how your interventions that are already in place can adapt to context on a regular and ongoing basis. The case example that accompanies these activity sheets will help show you how to use the table following the steps below that describe how to identify and implement contextual adaptation.

  1. Copy your interventions from the Module 3A Activity in the same order, along with the system levels and sectors, into the boxes below. This time only include interventions that are already in place and operating.
  2. You are going to use a similar process to that of Module 3B, but this time you will be thinking about context from the perspective of functioning interventions. Identify those aspects of inner context that are most critical to the effective operation and maintenance of each intervention and enter them in the "Inner Contextual Influences" box.
  3. In the "Adaptation to Inner Contextual Influences" box, record the actions required to adapt to the aspects of inner context that you have listed for each intervention. Do these actions differ in impact and amount of effort that adaptation requires? Is there more than one intervention that will have to similarly adapt to inner context?
  4. Repeat this process for aspects of outer context and the adaptation required by each. Identify those influences that are most critical and enter them in the "Outer Contextual Influences" box.
  5. Then record the actions required to adapt to these influences. Think about whether these actions differ in impact and the amount of effort that adaptation requires. Is there more than one intervention that will have to similarly adapt to outer context? Is there anything you can do that will allow you to make two or more inner and/or outer adaptations at the same time?

System Level and Sector

Interventions

Inner Contextual Infulences

Adaptation to Inner Contextual Influences

Outer Contextual Influences

Adaptation to Outer Contextual Influences

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 September 2009 19:28