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Step 2: Identification of potential participants of the project

WHAT IS THIS STEP FOR?
I have defined my agri-environmental problem or solution.
→ And what now?
Find participants: A list of potential project partners should be developed.
Consider
• Whom do I need for this problem?
• Who can help me?
• Who is responsible?
• Which external institutions or agencies should be involved?

WHAT ARE ITS COMMUNICATION CHALLENGES?

Identify possible participants, involve them and allocate roles..
Having project partners from different professions will provide you with a well-rounded project solution.
So you need to identify suitable stakeholders and approach them at this stage of the project development.
With stakeholders from diverse backgrounds you take advantage of the unique knowledge that every stakeholder brings to the project.
Maximize the potential input of each stakeholder by placing them in roles that suit their specializations, knowledge and strengths.
DO NOT use traditional roles if they do not suit your project.

Step 1: Problem definition or solution proposal

WHAT IS THIS STEP FOR?

I have an agri-environmental problem I want to solve or I have already a solution for an agri-environmental problem that I want to put into praxis by applying a bottom-up approach
→ And what now?
Find a start: A preliminary first definition of the problem or the solution should be formulated.
Consider
• What is the (environmental) problem I want to address?
• For which aspect of this problem do I have an idea or a possible solution?

WHAT ARE ITS COMMUNICATION CHALLENGES?

Define the project aims; Making sure you are Understood
Project aims need to be clearly defined.
Your project may include stakeholders from different professions like farmers, farmer’s advisors, scientists, local politicians and policy makers.
If everyone understands your project aims then:
• there are fewer damaging misunderstandings
• there is a strong foundation to build professional relationships
• it is easier to allocate each stakeholder their project role
• collaboration within the project will be easier
Think about what language to use.

Der BestPractice Katalog, entwickelt innerhalb des Arbeitspaketes 4 von REACT, gibt eine Übersicht über Werkzeuge und unternehmerische Best Practice Beispiele für erfolgreiche Geschäftsentwicklung.

Sie werden hier Werkzeuge finden, die Ihnen dabei behilflich sein können, die Branche zu durchleuchten sowie Wertschöpfungsketten und Produktangebote zu entwickeln. Aber auch wertvolle Methoden, um die Lage der Anbieter besser zu verstehen, sowie praktische Tipps für den Abschluss von Verträgen (speziell für DK interessant). Zudem können Ihnen die interessanten Cases als Inspiration dienen. Darüber hinaus haben die vier für ORANGE elevator tätigen SIT-Berater inspirierende Beiträge über ihre jeweiligen SIT-Erfahrungen verfasst.

Er ist gegliedert in 4 Phasen:

1. Lokalisierung

2. Dating

3. Vorantreiben

4. Nachfassen

Die Leiter der Ämter und Städte sowie die Regionalmanager der beiden AktivRegionen aus dem Kreis Plön wurden für den 24.11.2017 zu einem Workshop eingeladen. Auf dem Workshop ging es darum, die Zuständigkeiten für Förderprogramme, die Beziehungen der Beteiligten untereinander in Bezug auf Fördermittel und einen Arbeitsprozess von der Projektidee bis zur Fördermittelakquise zu diskutieren.

Der skal indkaldes til case study møder en gang per kvartal, og møderne skal ligge på skift i Danmark og Tyskland.

Alle møder indklades via mail, og alle indkaldes til alle møder både projekt partnere og Netværkspartner.
Det skal forsøges at afholde møderne hos netværkspartner således at disse delatger. 

Til alle møder skal alle deltagere skrive under på en deltagerliste og alle dokumenter, præsentationer, deltagerliste, billeder, referater ligges på Moodel således at dette altid kan findes. 

 

 

Der Kreis Plön führte -basierend auf der deutsch-dänischen Ausdifferenzierung des Begriffes "Erreichbarkeit" zu einem allgemeinen Regionalentwicklungsmodell- Interviews mit den Verwaltungsleitern der größten Ämter und Städte und LAG-Regionen im Kreis Plön durch.

Der Interviewleitfaden war sehr allgemein gehalten, um den Interviewpartner "Spielraum" für das eigene Verständnis von "Erreichbarkeit" zu geben und weitere Schritte der Zusammenarbeit in konkreteren Themenbereichen offen und transparent zu gestalten.

Demzufolge wurde im ersten Schritt nach der Priorisierung von Themen mit Bezug zum Thema "Erreichbarkeit" gefragt, um einen gemeinsamen Fokus zu erhalten. Darauf aufbauend wurden die zentralen Bereiche des Regionalentwicklungsmodells "Haupt- und Ehrenamts(weiter-)Bildung", "Information/Kommunikation", "Themenentwicklung" und "Projektumsetzung" hinsichtlich der aktuellen Situation vor Ort, lokaler Herausforderungen und der Chancen der übergreifenden Zusammenarbeit diskutiert.

Glossary is a collection of terms that are used in the project 'Benefit for Regions', with their definitions, descriptions and characteristics, which give a thorough understanding of the meaning of these terms in the context of this project.

What is this step for?

I have
→ And what now?

Re-evaluate the situation and the success of the solution. Check the efficiency, make monitoring, has my problem really been solved

Consider

> Has the solution solved my problem?
> How close to the optimal solution have I gone?
> How big is the gap? Is the gap acceptable?

WHAT ARE ITS COMMUNICATION CHALLENGES?

I have
→ And what now?

Put the solution into reality.

Consider

> How can I put the solution into reality?
> Who can help to finalise the project?
> What is the best way to build the solution?

What are its communication challenges?

Communication of the solution

Sharing knowledge, information and becoming a bridging organization

As your project is finalized and its solutions put in place, it provides an opportunity for another kind of communication; your project and project partners can become a source of information for others, and help bridge the gaps between different professional cultures.

WHAT IS THIS STEP FOR?
I have
→ And what now?

Formulation of the end version of the solution.

Consider

> Which legally acceptable solution I can afford is the best for my problem?

WHAT ARE ITS COMMUNICATION CHALLENGES?

Sourcing information and navigating the Scientific Cultural and Language barrier:

Finding the information you need can be challenging and it is likely that during this step you will need to consult scientific information. There are a range of communication problems relating to scientific information as well as scientists themselves. Sourcing good, relevant scientific information is essential to any project.

WHAT IS THIS STEP FOR?
I have
→ And what now?
Clarify the background, legal situation, maybe financial aspects.
Consider
• Which legal regulations do I have to follow?
• Who has to give a grant or else?

WHAT ARE ITS COMMUNICATION CHALLENGES?

Navigating Policy and legislation: the gap between legalities and practical implementation:

When undergoing your project there are various legal frameworks and regulations to abide by, this varies depending on the nature of your project, and identifying and complying with these is a challenge in itself. Much like the scientific cultural and language barrier outlined in step 3, there is a gap between the policy making and administrative community and other stakeholder groups.

WHAT IS THIS STEP FOR?
I have
→ And what now?
Develop the very solution for the very problem.
Consider
• How can I contribute to the solution?
• Which steps / technologies are needed to solve the problem?

WHAT ARE ITS COMMUNICATION CHALLENGES?

Consider the Relationships between participating stakeholders

Within this step Collaboration and cooperation as well as respect and mutual trust are of the utmost importance, all stakeholders must work together to develop a solution which meets the needs of all stakeholders.