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quality objectives kirsti mijnhijmer 20th march 2014 copenhagen denmark
Quality Objectives

Kirsti Mijnhijmer20th March 2014 - Copenhagen, Denmark

results orientation some terminology
Results orientation – some terminology
  • Result – what is intended to be changed in the programme area
  • Outputs– direct products of the programme, intended to contribute to results. They are mainly developed at project level (products/services).
  • Results orientation – for the 2014-2020 period, the focus is shifting from only measuring outputs (products/services) to measuring the results that they contribute to (change in the programme area).
why quality objectives
Why quality objectives?
  • Purpose: to ensure that project outputs (products & services) meet high quality standards, and (are likely to) contribute to the results sought by the Programme.
  • Quality objectives
    • Help to bridge the gap between the project outputs and programme results
    • Indicate the characteristics of the type of projects the programme aims to support; those that will deliver meaningful change.
    • Form a reference point for evaluating project applications – basis for selection critearia
quality objectives
Quality Objectives
  • Concrete
  • Innovative
  • Focused
  • Relevant
  • Responsible
  • Viable
  • Transnational
  • Strategic
  • Value-for-money
quality objectives1
Quality Objectives
  • Concrete
  • Innovative
  • Focused
  • Relevant
  • Responsible
  • Viable
  • Transnational
  • Strategic
  • Value-for-money
quality objectives innovative relevant
Quality Objectives – Innovative, Relevant
  • Innovative: the project output is new or innovative to the partner organisations, the partner countries involved, or the Programme area.
  • Relevant: Project outputs take into account relevant conditions in each part of the project’s target area. This means that the project outcomes:
    • Demonstrate a high relevance for the development needs and opportunities in the target area.
    • Take into account the level of maturity in the field of intervention for each part of the target area.
    • Demand-driven: The development of project outputs is based on demonstrable stakeholder demand and include stakeholder involvement (interface)
quality objectives viable transnational
Quality Objectives – Viable, Transnational
  • Viable: project outputs are supported by appropriate business and dissemination models that allow the project output to become self-sustaining when the project support ends. Business models describe:
    • Marketing plans for the project output to reach identified relevant target groups. Note: project branding should focus on project outcomes, not on promoting the project.
    • Realistic provision/delivery models. For example, ensuring that that the project output is delivered by organisations with the right competences, and well integrated, etc.
  • Transnational: the design of project outputs clearly draws on the results of transnational cooperation.
    • E.g. transferring models/knowledge/technology from one region to another, partners complementing each others’ competences and resources, combining different regional skill sets, gaining a critical mass, etc.
important considerations
Important considerations
  • When developing your project, make sure to take the quality objectives into account. The selection criteria will be based on them!
  • Use the different sections of the application form to demonstrate how your project addresses the quality objectives.
  • Describe concrete project outputs = products/services and their relevant components.
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