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  • Strategy and Planning

    Before you begin planning and developing strategy for your program, it is important that the OUTCOME, specifically the ULTIMATE OUTCOME which your organization will be held responsible for be a. specific - clear and focused to avoid misrepresentation, b. measurable - that the ultimate outcome can be quantified and compared to other data, c. attainable - that he outcome is achievable, reasonable and credible under condition expected, d. realistic - that your ultimate outcome fits into the organization constraints and is cost effective, e. timely - that your goal can be achieved in a specified period of time. When your ultimate goal becomes qualified by the SMART - metrics above, processes and progress leading toward the activities/out puts, intermediate outcomes and to the ultimate outcome will be specific and void of misinterpretation. Consequently, the causal links/relationship between the ACTIVITIES/OUTPUTS, INTERMEDIATE OUTCOME and ULTIMATE OUTCOME will be logical and strong. bolded text

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