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Table 3 Rotated component matrices: 15 items

From: Developing and testing an instrument to measure the presence of conditions for successful implementation of quality improvement collaboratives

Item Description Pattern matrix Structure matrix
   1 2 3 1 2 3
12 strategic management supports project actively 0.935 -0.086 -0.022 0.898 0.240 0.230
14 does everything to increase willingness to change 0.911 -0.050 0.023 0.900 0.282 0.279
11 project is important to strategic management 0.843 -0.081 0.092 0.841 0.248 0.318
13 hospital gives the support needed in department(s) to make project successful 0.834 0.058 -0.019 0.849 0.350 0.247
15 pays attention to team activities 0.732 0.140 -0.092 0.754 0.372 0.169
6 proper team training 0.466 0.276 0.103 0.595 0.474 0.328
4 responsible for progress 0.023 0.808 -0.073 0.290 0.794 0.185
2 clear division of tasks -0.036 0.786 0.166 0.294 0.825 0.399
1 good communication and coordination -0.115 0.779 0.101 0.193 0.769 0.308
3 everyone is doing what he or she should do 0.091 0.776 -0.050 0.353 0.793 0.218
5 in charge of implementation 0.061 0.768 -0.155 0.288 0.741 0.101
8 sufficient support and instruments external change agents -0.101 0.048 0.845 0.168 0.274 0.830
7 gain valuable insights at collaborative meetings -0.028 0.001 0.799 0.210 0.239 0.791
10 external change agents made goal and clarified way to achieve it 0.035 0.123 0.715 0.292 0.357 0.763
9 external change agents raised high expectations about performance and improvement potential 0.151 -0.204 0.708 0.289 0.069 0.690
  1. Notes: Extraction method: Principal Component Analysis. Rotation method: Promax with Kaiser normalization. Rotation converged in five iterations.