Doing TranSTEP involves:
- Convening a TranSTEP group for dialogues across institutional and disciplinary domains;
- collaborative situation analysis and problem framing;
- transparent method reflection;
- assessment review;
- potentially undertaking new assessments;
- ending up in results integration.
The process is focused on creating learning processes between the participants. In the process, there needs to be a continual process reflection to adapt to the situation under scrutiny. As such, the assessment process allows for both the integration of existing assessments and the initiation of new trans-disciplinary or disciplinary assessments or deliberative events to fill knowledge gaps. It ends up with an original trans-disciplinary assessment, through dialogue between people involved in earlier assessments, in interaction with decision-makers, stakeholders and the public.