The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is primarily the sum total "2030 Agenda" initiatives at scope levels below the international one. For each country j this means achieving goals and targets which are most pressing. Sectors, businesses and households are recommended to adopt scaled down versions of Collaborative Planning Methodology - #pi9 prior to investing, executing, performing and measuring. The country owned initiatives follow the 2030 Agenda(j) (per country) "pattern", likewise we refer by 2030 Agenda(j,k), to the initiatives of local government k in country j, by Agenda(l) to the intiatives of sector l, etc. Note that as a "macro level planning unit" is in step #CPM05 - Perform and measure for a year or quarter j, it is at a plateau "operations pl(i)".


The means highlighted in the different chapters of the Addis Ababa Action Agenda and their allocation in accordance with …


Name1 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (as a regulative interaction)
Target Outcome Collective resilience
Social actors and roles All member states of the United Nations, and the constituency of each country, typically including actors of various types active in economic activities and functions of government (Actor Atlas).
Trigger or preceding interaction A shock or the sensing by a member of an alarming trend (for instance global warming) affecting all in the group. Raised awareness and strategic decision making (preferably) at the level of government or sector.
Interfaces and services See the "AS-IS" and "TO-BE" resources listed in Initiative Management (Wikiworx Academy).
Inputs and outputs inputs: (open) data conveying (to some extent) the level of achievement with respect to the various goals and targets; current operations of industry, financial sector, civil society organisations and public actors; output: responses to the problem awareness, awareness of shocks or trends, with specific actions for all stakeholders.
Stores and tools Durable content (lists in the Info-Actant Dictionary) including the systematized content commons
Other characteristics
Part of
Parts The steps of the Collaborative Planning Methodology - #pi9 applied at the international level of scope:
Succeeding Interactions Each member of the group executing its own Collaborative Planning Methodology - #pi9, taking into consideration the expectations expressed at the international level
Alternatives ''Sprawl'' initiatives, disaster response, interventions that don't work,…
Action Realm All three realms: Operations Monitoring & Evaluation Change
Risks Letting the opinion of one or a few stakeholder groups dominate the selection of the problem; using weak diagnostic hypothesis (see diagnosis); using treatment (therapy) (interventions) for which there is no evidence; no monitoriing of impact following an intervention;…
Further reading See 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (Actor Atlas) and read the full text of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: A/RES/70/1 - Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (Arabic , Chinese, French , Russian, or Spanish).

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