Action plan tracker

Tracking action over time allows for iterative refinement of implementation strategies to build upon synergies and avoid challenges as they arise in real time. Tracking also allows implementers to communicate to the LP and to other stakeholders and external actors the status of projects as they are happening, and explicitly where they are happening, to better promote collaboration. An Action Plan Tracker may take many forms: LP meeting notes, large visual displays in community meeting spaces, such as wall maps or papier mache models that can be regularly updated, or an electronic tracking system for LP partners with internet connection.

Action plan tracker

Action plan tracker Tools

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​​Basecamp

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  • Project Management
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Basecamp is an online collaboration application that lets people manage their work and communicate with one another all in one place. LPs can use it to keep track of all the tasks, deadlines, files, discussions, and announcements that happen in the landscape. The application has a paid and free version. The free version limits the number of projects, users and storage space a team can access.

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Miradi

  • Project Management
  • Website

Miradi uses multiple analysis tools, data views, reports, and common examples from conservation, or ‘building blocks’, to help conservation teams practice good, evidence-based conservation from the project to the program scale. It combines elements of commonly used tools like flowcharts, project planning tools, spreadsheets, accounting tools and maps to help practitioners manage their work in one place that all team members and stakeholders can access.

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ProjectFirma

  • Project Management
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ProjectFirma is a community-driven, open-source project tracking platform. It has highly customizable web and mobile tools that help regional initiatives and partnerships coordinate efforts and quantify their collective impact. It has already been used to track a variety of projects including forest health, water quality, habitat restoration, species conservation, regional planning, outreach and education, scientific research and environmental monitoring and compliance.

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Trello

  • App
  • Project Management
  • Website

Trello is a visual work management tool that empowers teams to manage any type of project, workflow or task tracking in an organized and collaborative way. It is user friendly and easily adaptable to a variety of new or existing projects. The free version contains most key functions and is suitable for individuals or small teams.

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Wekan

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  • Project Management
  • Website

WeKan is a completely open-source and free online management tool that represents tasks visually through cards. Similar to Trello, it allows users to create boards, on which cards can be moved around between a number of columns. Boards can have many members, allowing for easy collaboration.

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