Template Action Plan

This action plan template adapted from the community toolbox lists the steps required to achieve an outcome along with who should complete the action, when it should be completed, what potential barriers may be encountered, and who should be informed about the action.

Available online: http://phsharing.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/action-plan-template.docx

It is included in the CJS Resource Library under the categories listed below. Select a link to find other resources in that category.

  • Change Management: The action plan template will assist participants in understand who is responsible for each task, when the task is due, how to overcome potential obstacles, and communicate results.
  • Communications: The action plan template asks participants to consider how communication will be addressed for the implementation of outlined objectives.

 
This resource is also linked to the Roadmap. Select a link below to read more about each area.

  • Who? / Phase One: The plan explores who will be responsible for specific tasks were a project to occur.
  • Logistical Issues / Phase Two: The action plan helps participants decide who is responsible for each task, when the task will be completed by, what resources will be needed, what resources are available, what barriers might occur, and how each action will be communicated.
  • Communications / Phase Two: The action plan template asks participants to consider how communication will be addressed for the implementation of outlined objectives.
  • Change Management / Phase Two: The action plan template will assist participants in understand who is responsible for each task, when the task is due, how to overcome potential obstacles, and communicate results.
  • Timeline / Phase Two: Because the action plan requires due dates it is a natural first step to the creation of a timeline.
  • Monitoring / Phase Two: Are tasks being met, are they being completed on time, are the resources anticipated for the project truthfully available, were all the barriers considered. This template provides a good foundation for exploring how the plan’s implementation is going.