Good practices

“Good practices are all the strategies, plans, tactics, processes, methodologies, activities and approaches that are documented, accessible, effective, relevant and fundamentally accepted, developed by professional organisations and put into practice by well trained personnel.

These measures have proven to be in keeping with the legislation in force, tested and put into practice, through research and experience. Consequently, they have proven to be effective and able to live up to expectations. It has also been established that they can be easily modified and improved according to context”

TriodosFacet within the framework of the 2007 regional project Meda-ETE.

Selection criteria

A good practice comprises a minimum of essential principles, which represent the principal selection criteria of good practices. A good practice must be:

  1. Documented

  2. Accessible

  3. Based on processes and methodology

  4. Tested and put into practice

  5. Able to establish goal reaching

  6. Transferable

  7. Sustainable: income exceeds the cost. The ratio between input and output is better than that of similar practices.

  8. Efficient: the ratio between input and output is better than that of similar practices.

  9. Effective: leading toward forecasted results.

  10. In a process of continued evaluation and improvement

 

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