The chart shows the most important steps for using the toolkit in SMEs and large organizations. During implementation, several actions may overlap, or individual steps may be skipped. Often this process is repeated several times.
When creating an action plan, you derive specific action steps from your objectives and plan how to carry them out. You therefore need to determine the resources and responsibilities for your project. The identified areas of action and instruments are then recorded in a detailed and binding implementation plan. The toolkit provides a wide range of tools that you can either use or adapt as needed. You can now also define success factors in the form of qualitative and quantitative performance indicators to track progress later. Wherever possible, the effectiveness of your measures should be determined for three different levels: the overall organization, departments or teams, and individuals.