The Iowa Counterdrug Task Force recently provided a Kaizen event to the Van Buren County SAFE Coalition. They are offering this service to any substance abuse prevention coalition within the state of Iowa. The Kaizen is a quick, introspective survey with instant visual representation of the results in an easy to understand chart. Coalitions completing this survey will be able to use this information immediately, instantly applying this information to strengthen their coalition and their community.
What is the Coalition Kaizen Event (or “Kaizen”)
A rapid improvement event for your coalition.
30 minutes of a regular meeting are devoted to a member survey.
The survey measures your members’ actual experience, action, and understanding vs. general perceptions or ratings of overall satisfaction.
The survey is taken using “clickers” which allows for completely anonymous participation.
The survey produces a highly visual diagnostic which is provided to the coalition within five minutes of completing the survey.
The survey explores your coalition’s work in each of the twelve essential processes and the Strategic Prevention Framework.
The Van Buren County SAFE Coalition had a total of 27 members in attendance to take part in this process. The survey provided valuable feedback that the coalition will be reviewing over the course of the next few months in order to address areas that need attention. Coalition members who completed the process like the instant feedback and thought it was a great system to be able to quickly identify the strengths and weaknesses of the coalition.
For more information on this project or on how to get involved with the SAFE Coalition you may contact us at 319-293-6412 or visit us on the web at www.vbsafecoalition.com or “Like” us on Facebook!