Tracking recommendations involves keeping a transparent record of the responses to and action from recommendations. Those given responsibility for responding to and taking action for each recommendation should also be identified to ensure follow up is easily tracked.
The following example is taken from How to manage an Evaluation and disseminate its Results
How to manage an Evaluation and disseminate its Results (p. 16). (n.d.). Retrieved from http://documents.wfp.org/stellent/groups/public/documents/ko/mekb_module_20.pdf
- Recommendation Tracking Matrix: Page 16 of this guide from the World Food Programme outlines the use of a recommendation tracking matrix in order to ensure all recommendations are followed up.
- Evaluation and Tracking Plan: Page 128 of this handbook from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) provides a detailed guide to using an evaluation and tracking plan including an example of its use.