This use case presents a strategic plan for the Pulp Paper project based in the Conservation Standards, including diagrams, data integration with indicators, an associated workplan and a dashboard.
The dashboard displayed focuses on one of the outcomes, showing the goals and the indicators with the connected data sources. Furthermore, the ingoing and outgoing connections of the box are displayed as well for additional context.
The diagrams for the theory of change and situation model can be done visually according to the standards rules. Goals can be defined with indicators connected to various data sources. The workplan is already integrated directly in the diagram editor (Learn more about the workplan COMING SOON). Stories and attachments can be shared directly in the right context in the diagram and discussed, using the collaboration features.
The data integration to provide the indicators with actual data is leveraged by the DataHub, which collects datasets from various sources such as Open Data databases (UNSDG, Worldbank, Our World In Data, etc.) and personal Clouds (Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox, etc.). But it allows also to create and share datasets directly on the Aposphere platform using the DataMaker, which can be used to model datasets as table data, and the SurveyMaker, to publish surveys for employees, team members and the public, collecting and providing the responses as datasets directly to the strategic diagrams.
The project has been done originally with the Miradi Tool. Aposphere allows to import and convert such Miradi Projects on the Aposphere platform where it can be extended with a Aposphere features such as the workplan, the DataHub and Stories.