Operationalising the Open Standards (Stewart 2017)

This is an excellent guide that explains how to use Open Standards’ supporting systems, Miradi and Miradi Share, to manage project information. In particular, it provides guidance on using Miradi and Miradi Share for work planning, budgeting, and reporting across projects and rolling up to a program level (via Miradi Share). The guide is aimed at integrators (often monitoring and evaluation staff) in small-to-medium sized conservation organisations in the initial pilot stages of using Miradi and Miradi Share.

Here is the link to the document, which is part of a comprehensive set of documents penned by Annette Stewart as part of her 2016 Fulbright Scholarship. See also below for a roadmap to the complete set of reports.

Full citation

Stewart (2017) Operationalising the Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation – A guide for using CMP’s systems – Miradi and Miradi Share – to support implementation and management of Open Standards projects. Fulbright Scholarship, Melbourne Australia.

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2 Responses to “Operationalising the Open Standards (Stewart 2017)”

  1. Charles Latremouille

    The link provided is the wrong link. I have mentioned this before… still not fixed :).

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    • dsprod

      Thanks for pointing this out Charles – done now!

 

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