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  • Franklin King Liberia As part of the project Management ,Phase -4 Monitoring and Evaluation, inform the donor on the status of the project and give advice, if the project should continue or strengthen
    2014-10-24 19:10:01

  • Chiedozie Nwigwe Nigeria Evaluation helps in ascertaining if the product or project is in order.
    2014-10-24 13:10:55

  • Otim Daniel Uganda who does the evaluation and monitoring since the project is decommissioned from the project team
    2014-10-23 15:10:03

  • Chinonso Nnebedum Nigeria What is the difference or similarity between defect liability period and evaluation and monitoring?
    2014-10-23 13:10:48

  • Nothando Gumpo United Kingdom This is the final phase which determines the effectiveness of the project and it's implementation.
    2014-10-23 00:10:34

  • Ralph Webster South Africa Phase 4: Evaluation and Monitoring- This should be objective and quality controlled with standards. As part of the evaluation and monitoring phase of Project Management the project team is decommissioned or reassigned new tasks.- If the quality controls are met and exceeded at each part. As part of the evaluation and monitoring phase of Project Management the project team is decommissioned or reassigned new tasks. Accounting for the project costs here are important. The initial part of this phase is the transferal or hand over of the project. Of course this project may not always have a single product as the final result. Either way, the objectives of the project at this point should be met.- Agreed Once the project is transferred to the client( and the client has accepted the work and quality controls and checks as part of the sign off) the project team is 'decommissioned', reassigned new tasks or placed into new project teams. Some members of the group may be utilised in observing the full implementation of the project or in supporting or monitoring its implementation. It is also at this point the management will assess the success of the project. This assessment is based on the elements of efficiency and effectiveness: Quality: How well it has met the objectives? What is the final quality of the product? Cost: Did the project stay within the budget specified and proposed use of resources? Time: Did the project finish on or before the specified date? Was it the shortest possible time for the project? Timeliness: Was the project completed in time for the information to be of use? Accuracy: Are there any errors in the product? Relevance: Does the project/product include only those elements required by the client? Completeness: Does the client have everything they need in order to do their work and make their decisions?
    2014-10-18 10:10:11

  • Owan Manyo Ayuk Walters Cameroon Who is responsible for evaluation and monitoring. Is it the owner or the project manager.
    2014-10-10 12:10:03

  • Owan Manyo Ayuk Walters Cameroon This is a very valuable tool that is sometimes overlooked by project managers because the are eager to head to the next project. I find this material very educating and trend setting . thanks alison
    2014-10-10 12:10:08

  • Linda Manzano United States of America How long you can evaluated the project in order to see if is efficient?
    2014-10-08 03:10:39

  • George Ugim Nigeria taking cognizance of the accuracy of a project is very essential in the efficiency and effectiveness of project management.
    2014-10-05 19:10:21

  • George Ugim Nigeria in a situation where a particular client carry out his or her duties very effectively, what will be the essence of reassigning a new task?
    2014-10-05 19:10:55

  • Joshua Tawiah Ghana After evaluating the project it appears that there is inefficiency in the project commissioned, what happens to the project management team?
    2014-10-02 19:10:23

  • Segedin Dragan United Arab Emirates Quality, Cost and Time control should be in early phase, correct?
    2014-09-28 00:09:25

  • Aung Kyaw Minn Myanmar How to calculate the project efficiency and effectiveness ?
    2014-09-19 17:09:37

    • Louis Idowu Alamiyo Nigeria It should be based on measure of parameters like Quality, Time, Timeliness, Accuracy, Relevance, Cost and Completeness of the project with respect to the initially set objectives.
      2014-09-30 17:09:17
  • Asif Ghazi Pakistan feedback is also essential.
    2014-09-16 21:09:53

  • Tony Ngoma Matondo Cameroon what the BS6079 standard and what is its role?
    2014-09-15 01:09:10

  • Tony Ngoma Matondo Cameroon what should we do when we discover an error in the implementation of the project set?
    2014-09-15 01:09:03

  • Clifford Watson United Arab Emirates Who is responsible for monitoring the project through its entire cycle?
    2014-09-11 15:09:19

    • Tony Ngoma Matondo Cameroon le chef projet
      2014-09-15 02:09:03
  • Robert Robert Nigeria apart from checking the progress in a project and monitoring, what other function those DM&E does in a project
    2014-09-10 16:09:18

  • Claris Eze Nigeria Must monitoring and evaluation be carried out in a project that have nothing do with the community participation
    2014-09-09 13:09:49

    • Robert Robert Nigeria yes, monitoring and evaluation helps to show how successful a project was carried, not regarding the type of project involved
      2014-09-10 16:09:58
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