1. Drafting a business plan:

Action plans should address the following questions:

  • What is the order of business to be done in terms of priority?
  • Who is responsible for implementing it?
  • When should work begin and when should it end?
  • Will there be a need for additional plans to address the problems that may arise during the implementation of the action plan?
  • What would the group do in such a situation?

2. Getting Started:

It is important to start work as soon as possible because the enthusiasm and determination of the group members will be at its peak immediately after the completion of the planning stage, and the start of work is proof to other members of the community that the group is self-confident and believes in the success of the project.

3. Monitoring and supervision:

The members of the group who are entrusted with monitoring the implementation of the action plan, must carry out continuous monitoring of the work and activities of all members of the group. Any errors that occur must be addressed as soon as possible, in order to reduce their impact on the performance and achievements of the group.

4. Evaluation and Possible Adjustment of Strategies and Action Plans:

Group members need to meet regularly during the implementation phase, to assess the progress of their project. They need to assess progress in order to determine whether they are close to achieving their desired goal, and what actions facilitated or hindered progress.

It is important that all members of the group carry out this evaluation process, and if necessary, the problem should be re-analyzed from the beginning in light of the experiences of the group that increased with the development of the project stages.