You understand why you should plan your action:
___To provide the framework on which your solution will hang.
___To be sure you have taken care of all the details.
___To save time, energy, and resources.
You have planned your action:
___You have broken down your solution into individual action steps.
___You have decided to what extent each action step will occur.
___You have decided who will do the work.
___You have decided when each action step will take place.
___You have decided what resources you will need and where you will get them.
___You have decided what you will do if something goes wrong.
___You know which steps need to happen first.
You have implemented your solution:
___You have made sure everyone is clear and in agreement about the process.
___The facilitator has asked for new questions.
___Everyone knows how to contact each other.
___You have set another meeting date.
You have evaluated what happened:
___You have evaluated the success of the meeting.
___You have evaluated the success of the solution.
You know what to do if something goes wrong:
___You know what to do if the wrong person volunteers for the job.
___You know what to do if no one volunteers for the job.
___You know what to do if enthusiasm fails.
___You know what to do if the solution is taking too much time.
___You know what to do if the solution arouses community opposition.
___You know what to do if a seemingly new and better opportunity arises.
___You know what to do if the solution doesn't seem to be working.