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Iati From Forming to Storming by Rolf Kleef


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Iati From Forming to Storming by Rolf Kleef

  1. 1. Implementing IATI “Van Forming naar Storming”
  2. 2. Forming Storming Norming Performing
  3. 3. Steps to take Scoping and planning – Commitment from management – Working group – Implementation schedule Get the data in shape Sign up at the IATI Registry Publish
  4. 4. Implementation Schedule What programmes and which phases will the data cover? When and how often will you publish? Which exclusions, thresholds, and constraints are applied? Which fields will you publish, by when, and with what? What license will you use? Implementation Schedule
  5. 5. Get the data in shape Where is the data? Who owns the data? Whose support do I need? How do I prepare these people?
  6. 6. How will you integrate IATI into your existing work processes? How will your organisational culture change when you start working “open”?
  7. 7. Integration IATI in existing work processes Which departments or partners manage the data? What is the quality of the data? What are we allowed to do with it? What systems need to be adapted? Do the users of those systems need additional training?
  8. 8. Changing organisational culture by “going open” Uncertainty on what it means and what results it will produce Vulnerability by sharing mistakes Learning to work organically: agile, collaborative, adaptive Relation with partners Differences within your own organisation (countries, units)
  9. 9. Resources IATI implementation schedule Organogram IT systems Information security policy
  10. 10. Process Tools Design tools: personas, storyboards, customer journeys Testing tools: prototypes, mock-ups
  11. 11. Route Questions you need to ask internally Issues that may emerge as a result of asking those questions Challenges in answering your questions and dealing with the issues Concrete choice of questions and steps to take with your work group
  12. 12. Brainstorm WHY? – Make a list of “why”s you could use within your organisation – What do you need or is missing to support that “why” Groups of three
  13. 13. Plan Which questions are you going to answer for your organisation? What challenges do you foresee and how do you plan to deal with them? What concrete steps do you want to take? How can others in this group help you? How can you help others?