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  • Endale Degu Ethiopia Very interested course. keep it up.
    2015-02-27 09:02:08

  • muhidin mohamed Kenya How is a project monitored..?
    2015-02-25 18:02:46

  • muhidin mohamed Kenya What is evaluation of a project
    2015-02-25 17:02:16

  • muhidin mohamed Kenya The quality and time frame of a project are the most important aspect that is needed
    2015-02-25 17:02:17

  • CONFIDENCE Ekeh Nigeria how can one be a better project manager
    2015-02-25 14:02:39

    • Nkiya Benedict Tanzania To me a better project manager is the one who apply the right methods and these era well explained under this phase including the other previous phases
      2015-02-26 06:02:53
  • CONFIDENCE Ekeh Nigeria monitoring and evaluation is very crucial in project management because it provides the only consolidated source of information showcasing project progress. it generates written reports that contribute to transparency and accountability, and it allows for lessons to be shared more easily. Monitoring and Evaluation reveals mistakes done and also offers paths for learning and improvements. it also provides a basis for questioning and testing assumptions, every organization needs Monitoring and Evaluation because it provides a means for an organization seeking to learn from their experiences and to incorporate them into policy and practice.
    2015-02-25 14:02:23

  • CLINTON HARDY United States of America What part of the project inquiry does management has in the completeness of of it?
    2015-02-24 23:02:30

  • CLINTON HARDY United States of America Project moves in a timely and costly manner as long as unforseen issues are met as soon as reasonably possible?
    2015-02-24 23:02:35

  • Odongo Moses Uganda Quality: How well it has met the objectives? What is the final quality of the product? Very attractive due to our products design and tested. Cost: Did the project stay within the budget specified and proposed use of resources? yes due to budget management. Time: Did the project finish on or before the specified date? Was it the shortest possible time for the project? Yes. Timeliness: Was the project completed in time for the information to be of use?Yes because of skilled full personnel at work. Accuracy: Are there any errors in the product?No because both machines and human errors is reduced. Relevance: Does the project/product include only those elements required by the client? additional design ,innovation, and material have been added. Completeness: Does the client have everything they need in order to do their work and make their decisions? Yes clients must satisfied with our work or products
    2015-02-23 14:02:34

  • Fako Khoanyane Other Sad time to part ways
    2015-02-21 11:02:30

  • Friday Moses United Kingdom Very interesting phase
    2015-02-20 16:02:25

  • Friday Moses United Kingdom This is where your stakeholders judgement matter
    2015-02-18 10:02:40

    • Nandudu Unice Uganda it is where efficiency and effectiveness of the organization is measured
      2015-02-20 08:02:29
  • Mohamed Abdirahman Elmi Somalia Evaluation and Monitoring...making sure all objectives of the project have been achieved and Great "checklist" to keep in check.
    2015-02-15 10:02:29

  • Rita Musoke United Kingdom Monitoring & evaluation provides the final straw of how much work input has been delivered into the building of the project to a complete stage. Such things as the costs, set time, timeliness, quality, accuracy can all be looked at this stage as to ensure that all meet up with required expected standard which was planned to take effect at the beginning of project development stages.
    2015-02-14 01:02:02

    • Friday Moses United Kingdom This is where your inputs are judged
      2015-02-18 10:02:11
    • Mohamed Abdirahman Elmi Somalia Hi Rita musoke
      2015-02-15 10:02:22
  • LEEANNA NEUMEYER United States of America Evaluation and Monitoring...making sure all objectives have been met. Great "checklist" to keep things in order and in check.
    2015-02-13 18:02:09

  • Saidu Heisenberg Mansaray Sierra Leone The key elements of assessment being based on the efficiency and effectiveness is quite true to positively meet and answer the elementary terms of the project and it should be part of the project overview both broad and specific objectives. that is to ask your self does it meet the Quality frame,is it Cost effective,is it Timely,Accurate, Relevance,and how is it going to be Completed.
    2015-02-12 12:02:27

  • Adegbolaganiu adeola Nigeria This is phase telling the quality and accuracy of the project have to be done before ready for use.
    2015-02-12 10:02:38

  • Cornelis Kruger South Africa Evaluation and monitoring will now be an integral part of the project.
    2015-02-11 05:02:27

  • Matthew Jarbah Liberia Monitoring is the part of the project
    2015-02-09 11:02:54

  • Oreva Oboghor Nigeria Am a little bit confused to know exactly if there is any difference between Time and Timeliness in the elements of efficiency and effectiveness.
    2015-02-08 14:02:57

    • Friday Moses United Kingdom Not monitoring but implementation
      2015-02-11 10:02:41
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