The MSC design plan Copy
The three parts of the MSC technique
The six steps of the MSC technique
1. Define the purpose and raise interest
2. Plan story collection and selection process
3. Collect the significant change stories
4. Select the most significant of stories, and document the results
5. Feedback the results
6. Conduct secondary analysis and refine the process
We’ll explain each stage of this process and you’ll try out some of the steps with other learners in the course. You’ll also have the opportunity to complete your project, the MSC Design Plan. This plan will help you map out your approach to MSC so that you can implement it in a project within your organisation.
Project: The MSC Design Plan
During this online course, you will be designing your own approach to MSC. It’s a good idea to identify 1-3 colleagues who you think can help you with implementing MSC, and to choose a project you might like to focus on for your MSC pilot. If you do not have a current real project to use, please use a fake one so you can experience the process of completing the MSC Design Plan. Alternatively, you can use the Carana Community Contraception Program Project Case Study provided below.
In the downloads below, you will also find an MSC Design Plan template to help you work on your approach as the course progresses. Download this and keep it handy, as you will be adding to it every week and submitting it both mid way and in the last week on the course.
Once you have had time to consider your options, please post in the discussion area below with a brief outline of your project and context.