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A proposed implementation tracking tool for the Metlakatla cumulative effects management program

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(Project) M.R.M. (Planning)
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This project supports the Cumulative Effects Management (CEM) Program of the Metlakatla First Nation by preparing an inventory of recommendations from past projects and creating a project management (PM) tool called the Implementation Tracking Tool (ITT) to monitor and support implementation. Following a review of Metlakatla CEM reports, an Opportunity Matrix was prepared to summarize recommendations, opportunities, and stakeholders. Four CEM Program key informants participated in two-part semi-structured interviews to identify PM tools currently used by Metlakatla, establish evaluation criteria for ITTs and provide feedback on the proposed ITT (which uses the ClickUp application). The ITT was tested by applying it to CEM Program recommendations and finalized based on interviewee feedback and Metlakatla's goals for the tool. The tool utilizes features such as project templates, schedules, dashboards, strategic goals, and custom inputs. The ITT will continue to adapt to support processes, communication, and knowledge transfer in this long-standing CEM Program.
132 pages.
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Thesis advisor: Gunton, Thomas
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