• Ceasar McDowell

Step 7: Track Success

This final step before solutions are put into action is about knowing what success looks like and determining how you will track and report progress toward success. It is also the final piece to add to your action plan.

Action Items for Organizers

  • Work with local solution leaders to define what success looks like, based on everything that has been discussed with the community up to this point.

  • Determine appropriate measures of success for each solution, including specific existing data to track and any new data that is possible to collect.

  • Agree to who will be responsible for gathering data and how and when it will be gathered and reported.

  • Determine how progress reports will be shared with the community, including how often you will share these updates.

  • Finalize your action plan with above decisions, and submit to DPF.

  • Celebrate, and take action!

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