Management Approach

​​​​​​Stage 3: CHECK

Study the actual initiative results and compare against the expected results to ascertain any differences.

 

 C.1.  Monitoring and measurement

Initiative progress and outcomes should be monitored and measured for further evaluation. CSC evaluation tools (before-and-after evaluation) such as surveys, questionnaires, interviews, focus groups, etc. can be used.

 

Before-and-after survey is one of the commonly applied tools for evaluation. Depending on the resources allocation, interim evaluation can also be conducted in order to obtain the full programme progress and achievement along with the implementation.

 

The data collected can be presented with charts in order to oversee the trends of implementation cycles and convert the data into project information and experience. If deviation is identified in implementation from the plan, fine-tuning of project activity or the appropriateness and completeness of the plan would enable the project execution to be adjusted to the right track for desired outcomes.

 C.2.  Conducting the evaluation

The evaluation targets can be focused on participants and/or their families, staff, volunteers, and other stakeholders.

 

Corporations can conduct the actual evaluation with the efforts of stakeholders and partnership organizations in order to get closer cohesion and trust with the targeted stakeholders.

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