Transformative Framework © Foriest 2018 Turbulence: Assess the environment’s instability and set realistic goals for a more stable environment. Identify similar problems/crises to determine potential solutions. Teamwork: Determine which group-level accommodations are necessary to increase efficiency and effectiveness in the implementation process. Translate: Get to the root of the issue(s) by translating circumstances into solvable problem(s). Transparency: Ensure that the problem-solver’s motives are clearly stated. Truthfulness: Gather information and analyze data. Trustworthiness: Build trustworthy relationships among stakeholders and the populations they represent. Trial: Identify possible processes leading to the goals identified in the Turbulence phase, based on a set of established criteria, in light of the information gathered in the Translate and Truthfulness phases. Training & Technical Assistance: Disseminate problem-solving strategies and partner with the public to provide technical assistance. Develop an implementation plan and/or implement solutions. Develop educational materials, survey measurement instruments, or other material for implementing and evaluating solutions. Timing: Create a “time budget”, or hypothetical timeline, that outlines the amount of time you can spend on solution-based activities. Troubleshoot: Demonstrate the effectiveness, or potential effectiveness of the proposed solutions and address implementation issues.