Over the past decade, thousands of practitioners in leading conservation and natural resource organizations around the world have been using Miradi Desktop software to adaptively manage individual projects. Now Miradi Share 1.0 provides a cloud-based system that enables leaders and funders to manage, track the performance of, and improve the effectiveness of portfolios of projects that make up a program.
Miradi Share enables its users to:
Collaborate More Effectively – Project teams use Miradi Share to quickly share information online with all stakeholders.
Bush Heritage Australia uses Miradi Share to manage a continent-wide portfolio of 35 land reserves. “In the past, we struggled to execute a full Adaptive Management loop in our projects because we had an information management problem” says Annette Stewart. “With this system, we can more easily extract information, track progress, and identify needed adaptations. Miradi Share offers the glue that we needed.”
Build Support – Managers use Miradi Share to roll-up individual project accomplishments to show overall program performance.
California’s Department of Fish and Wildlife developed individual project plans for 39 ecological units across the state as part of its 2015 State Wildlife Action Plan update. “With Miradi, we can develop conservation strategies for each region,” says Armand Gonzalez. “Now, Miradi Share allows us to knit these strategies together to summarize broader landscape results while still showing how individual regions contributes to statewide performance goals.”
Advance the Science of Conservation – Practitioners use Miradi Share to share their work so that we can all learn from one another.
The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and The Nature Conservancy have made hundreds of projects publicly available on Miradi Share. And Miradi Share is now home to the Conservation Actions and Measures Library. “In much the same way as the periodic table of elements is the basis of the science of chemistry,” states Nick Salafsky of the Conservation Measures Partnership, “this Actions Library will provide a key underpinning for the emerging science of conservation.”