Driver Diagrams (also known as Tree Diagrams) outline a path between the project activities, drivers and organizational goals to show the causes and intended effects of a change effort.

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Driver diagrams

NHS England and NHS Improvement (n.d.). Online library of quality, service improvement and redesign tools: Driver diagrams. Retrieved from

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Driver diagram

Bennett, B., & Provost, L. (2015). What's your theory? Driver diagram serves as a tool for building and testing theories for improvement. Organizational Improvement, 36-43. Retrieved from

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Driver diagrams

National Health Service (NHS) Foundation Trust, East London (n.d.). Driver diagrams. Retrieved from

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Driver diagram template

British Columbia (BC) Patient Safety & Quality Council (n.d.). Driver diagram template. Retrieved from

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The EvidenceNOW key driver diagram

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (2019). The EvidenceNOW key driver diagram. Retrieved from

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