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TAU PMIG Evaluation in Practice “Flexible Methodology” 19 Oct 2010. By Barrie Kroukamp & Cliff Matthews. Or……. Some hard data can never be hard enough. The key to flexible evaluation. It’s All in the Mind.

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TAU PMIG

Evaluation in Practice

“Flexible Methodology”

19 Oct 2010

By Barrie Kroukamp & Cliff Matthews

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Some hard data can never be hard enough

The key to flexible evaluation

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It’s All in the Mind

  • While it is critical to be uncompromising when doing evaluation it is realistic to be philosophically flexible.
  • This applies especially to on going projects or mid term reviews
  • So get hard on data but soft on application
  • Try to be as developmental in approach as possible
  • Organizations value and respect interim feedback so that they can take action immediately
  • Try to see it as a process rather then a moment in time balance sheet
  • Allow for and encourage robust debate and even conflict within the evaluation team
  • Apply a number of balancing “instruments” to check data
  • Ensure that personal or marketing agendas do not get in the way of the truth.
  • Listen intently but don’t hold back with any feedback …just be nice.
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SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

3 = Good, 2 = Average, 1 = Insufficient

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KEY SUCCESS FACTORS

  • Leadership
  • Brand, niche
  • Loyal clients
  • Skills
  • Industry knowledge and “intimate” relationships
  • Accountability – Counterpart, MOA
  • Discernment with projects – Justification, diagnostic
  • Management – Project, SCM, Contract, Business, QA
  • Support Structures
  • Process & Methodologies (Technical) Balance
  • Trust – NT & Government