“To lump, or to split?” … that is a question faced by most conservation project teams when they select focal targets. This tool can help teams work through this process to select targets parsimoniously.
This area is intended to hold or link to all of the resources that might be helpful to an Open Standards coach.
This section of the website is searchable, and includes all of the resources found in the organized Coaches Notebook plus a variety of other resources that are not generally included in the Notebook.
This is a tool for the use of teams to check their progress in the development and implementation of their conservation or Healthy Country Plans. The tool is based on the CAP Self-Assessment Tool and adaptations made by CCNet coaches, but was…
This Powerpoint is an overview of the genesis and development of CCNet, beginning in its original form of the Efroymson Coaches Network within The Nature Conservancy.
Daily session outlines for an OS course, including learning objectives, group instructions and draft agenda for each day.
This is a summary containing the definitions of the criteria and values, as well as how rankings are established in the Open Standards and Miradi, for assessing strategy contribution/impact, feasibility and progress.
This document can provide a point of reference for teams who are embarking in a protected area planning process, and who would like to establish their initial process expectations in writing. The ideas presented in this document are based on…
This report was produced by WildTeam through an online survey with information from 250 responses from conservationists representing 141 organisations and 52 countries. The survey focused on assessing: The need for project management skills in conservation The demand for training…