Step 4 ... Measure
We have finished implementing the intervention, so now how do we know if "real" improvement has been made? And how do we find out how much "actual" improvement has been made? ... The answer is to measure the results.
Because we assessed our client's position before designing and implementing the solution, and because we had defined the specific goals to be achieved, then by using the appropriate measuring tools, we can determine how close we have come to our targets. There is no "one-size-fits-all" measurement tool. We customize the measurement tools to the nature and scope of each project. The evaluation criteria for the project will be part of the project proposal and agreement. The types of measurements used will probably be a combination of on-site observations and interviews, follow-up surveys and questionnaires and tracking of numerical data and ratios.
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Design and Implementation Services
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