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Box 1.2: Information saves time and money
Box 1.3: In-house information services are a vital resource
What is ICM strategy and why is it important?
Proving the value of information and ICM
2.1.1 The strategy development process
Terms of reference for 2.1.2 ICM strategy development
Table 2.1.1: Resource requirements for ICM strategy development
Setting up a strategy 2.1.3 development team Information generators, managers and users Criteria for strategy development team Next steps
Box 2.2.1: Case study: Ministry of Agriculture Preparation
2.2.1 Information needs assessment Desk research
Box 2.2.2: Mission, vision, objectives and goals of the Ministry of Agriculture
Figure 2.2.2 Ministry of Agriculture organisational structure The information audit
Table 2.2.1: Information products and services
Table 2.2.2: ICT assessment template
Table 2.2.4: Sample form to identify information gaps Stakeholder analysis
2.2.2 SWOT analysis
Table 2.2.6: Example of SWOT analysis of Ministry of Agriculture, NAIC
3.1.1 Determining critical issues
3.1.2 Development of strategic objectives
Table 3.1.1 Example of a SWOT analysis of Ministry of Agriculture, NAIC
Box 3.1.2: Examples of strategic objectives
3.1.3 Risk analysis Organisational risks Political risks Financial risks Technical risks
Table 3.1.3: Summary of risk analysis
3.1.4 Building strategic alliances
Who should draft the 3.2.1 ICM strategy document?
Key steps in drafting 3.2.2 the ICM strategy
Box 3.2.1: Examples of needs and gaps
Box 3.2.2: Examples of potential solutions to needs and gaps
3.2.3 Content of the ICM strategy The main body of the ICM strategy document The implementation plan of the ICM strategy
3.3.1 Feedback and responses
Box 3.3.1: Examples of communication channels Key steps in collecting staff feedback
3.3.2 Finalisation and approval Finalisation Approval
3.3.3 Publication and communication Publication Communication
4.1.1 Strategy implementation Activities and inputs Timelines Roles and responsibilities Indicators
Approaches for effective 4.1.2 implementation Open discussions Regular team meetings Ad hoc support and guidance Harnessing gate-keepers/champions Managing partnerships
Box 4.1.1: Example of the multi-stakeholder process in Papua New Guinea (PNG)
4.1.3 Managing change
Box 4.1.2: Phases of strategy implementation Participation Shared vision Communication
4.2.1 The need for M&E
4.2.2 The logic model in evaluation
Box 4.2.1: Scenario: Farmer fact-sheets
Box 4.2.2: Farmer fact-sheets: inputs and activities
Box 4.2.3: Farmer fact-sheets: activities and outputs
Box 4.2.4: Farmer fact-sheets: outputs and impact
4.2.3 Determining indicators
4.2.4 Planning for evaluation
Sharing the monitoring 4.3.1 and evaluation report
4.3.2 Updating the ICM strategy
6 updating the ICM strategy
Glossary of Terms
Toolkit Contributors
Acronyms and Abbreviations
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