Quality Café – Linking Ideas to Actions with Driver Diagrams

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September 18 | 1200 1300

Health Quality BC

Online (Zoom)


Event Description

Looking for a quality improvement tool that will help take your lofty aim and break it down into manageable change ideas? Need a method that will help move your team from vision to action? Searching for an approach that is agile and can change as rapidly as the complex, adaptive systems we work in? Then driver diagrams are the tool for you! In their simplest form, driver diagrams help link high-level improvement goals to specific project activities. In this interactive session, you will have an opportunity to learn more about this powerful tool and start to build the framework for your very own driver diagram.

Learning objectives:

At the end of this webinar, learners will:

  • Utilize driver diagrams to link large scale ideas to specific project goals
  • Learn why, when and how to use driver diagrams, and understand the parts
  • Recognize the steps for completing your own driver diagram
  • Reflect on where you can incorporate driver diagrams into your current Quality Improvement work


Kate McCammon, BA (she/her)
Leader, Strategic Initiatives | Administrative Burden Working Group
Health Quality BC

Leanne Griffiths, RN, BSc SCPHN, (she/her)
Leader, Strategic Initiatives | Administrative Burdens Working Group
Health Quality BC

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Event Details

Quality Café – Linking Ideas to Actions with Driver Diagrams

Date and Time

September 18, 2024 | 1200 – 1300


Health Quality BC



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