This worksheet is designed to help you develop a high level summary of your project, in terms of six elements: Project design, Evidence base, Implementation roles, Resources and budget, Stakeholder roles and expectations. It should be completed before doing more specific project planning, and before starting to use the Online Business Case Creator. You may choose to give more thorough consideration to the six project elements using your own tools, or other OHPP worksheets, as described below.
Project design. Your project design includes your goals, outcome objectives, strategies, activities, process objectives, indicators and evaluation plan. The Online Health Program Planner (OHPP), Steps Three through Six, is designed to help you develop and document your project design. Use your own tools, or use the OHPP to shape and document your project design prior to using the OBCC.
Evidence base. Your evidence base refers to the quantity and quality of data you have gathered that supports your project design. Step Two in the original OHPP is designed to help you identify key situational assessment questions, develop your data collection strategy and organize your results into meaningful patterns. Use your own tools, or use the OHPP to document the results of your situational assessment.
Implementation roles. Every implementation plan includes people involved with decision-making at different levels. A RASCI analysis can help you identify the people who are or should be involved in decision-making. RASCI is an acronym that organizes people by their roles including: Those Responsible, Accountable, Supportive, Consulted and Involved. Use your own tools or use the Implementation roles worksheet on the green Project Management Tools Menu.
Budget. There are many different kinds of budgeting tools and processes, varying in level of sophistication. Use your own tools, or to develop a basic budget, use the Resources and budget worksheet on the green Project Management Tools Menu.
Work plan. There are many different kinds of work planning tools and processes, varying in level of sophistication. To develop a basic work plan, use your own tools or use the Work plan worksheet on the green Project Management Tools Menu.
Stakeholder roles and expectations. Your project plan should include strategies to involve your stakeholders in meaningful and realistic ways. Stakeholders, that is, those interested in your project, may be classified as Core (on the planning team); Involved (frequently consulted or part of the planning process); Supportive (provides some form of support); or Peripheral (needs to be kept informed). Use your own tools or use the Stakeholder roles and expectations worksheet on the green Project Management Tools Menu.
Read more. Would link them to the Documenting your project section of the Biz Case Workbook.