Drafting an action plan

Due to its radical character, transition work has implications for the action plan for a programme, but also for the process of drafting the action plan. For example, in drafting the action plan you will have to consider how to design the programme in such a way that it can be implemented with the fewest possible obstacles to realising the new ambitions. You will have to identify such obstacles, in order to be able to include activities for forming coalitions for change and already now will have to start thinking about learning processes, monitoring activities and about the ultimate societal embedding of the new practices.

For these and other issues that have to be considered, see the questions and answers in the menu.