The purpose of Phase 4 is to ensure that changes are sustained and that they become ‘business as usual’ within a local area once the transformation programme is completed. This will involve understanding what has worked well and reflecting on what has been learned from implementing the change. It is also important to share learning with other localities who are starting to implement the THRIVE Framework for system change (Wolpert et al., 2019).
Reflecting on implementation
Sites can download a list of questions that have been put together to support implementation teams to structure their reflections. The questions are based on implementation science literature. Click here to download.
Sharing barriers and facilitators to implementing the THRIVE Framework
The National i-THRIVE Community of Practice provides opportunities for the children’s workforce across the locality to liaise and engage with members, enabling collaborative practice across national sites.
Learning organisations literature
Research literature on learning in organisations provides some useful tips for creating a culture of learning in your organisation. Click here to read a summary.