Use Case: Chemical Pollution Disaster – Results Based Project Management

This use case presents a fast paced project management for the Chemical Pollution Disaster aligned to a light-weight strategy allowing for operations based and guided by results, using the integrated workplan, models and indicators to track assessments and progress.

Dashboard

The dashboard shows the most important metrics of a results based project management, such as task completion, upcoming tasks with due dates and responsible team members, the strategic alignment of the project informing the next steps based on the results and assessments. The success stories also contribute to the overview of th current status of the project.

Project State Dashboard
Editor

The strategic alignment to assess and on which the results based project management is based, provides access to the details such as linked tasks and its due dates and responsibilities, the exteneed description, responsibilities and a disussion, which allows for context based collaboration in the team. The strategic assessments can be done just in place and success stories can be directly posted in its context, too.

Personal task list

Each team member has a personal task overview containing the tasks the user is assigned to (or contributes to). A quick entry to have a swift overview of ones tasks without digging through all other information. Each task can also be discussed directly in place and the strategic links in which elements the task is based or to what results it contributes is also readily available.

Personal editor view of the assigned tasks
Source

This is an ongoing project from WWF Switzerland and has been transfered onto Aposphere. The project is originally in french, but has been anonymised and translated for this use case.

A preview of the Chemical Pollution Disaster in Valais report by the WWF (BLURRED)
Report preview of the Chemical Pollution Disaster (blurred)

This use case of the Chemical Pollution Disaster has been provided by the WWF Switzerland (names and locations changed).