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Project Cycle Management - Planning

Overview of the Planning Phase of the Project Cycle Management (PCM)

Jonas de Graaf

on 9 May 2015

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Transcript of Project Cycle Management - Planning

(sharing, learning)
NEeds AssesSment
problem identification
identify problems
identify core problems
(group problems)
link the problems
(cause and effect)
identifying the
solution tree
Filter problems
FurTher AnaLysiS
Stakeholders Analysis
PesTel(E) AnalySis
Our challenge
DesignING the Project
Logic of Intervention
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Overall Goal
Specific Objective
outcome 1, 2, 3...
Activity 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, etc...
unit, target, frequency, responsible, means of Verification
Project Cycle Management
Jonas de Graaf (j.j.de.graaf@hotmail.com)
Formulation of a problem: person + verb!
Who has what problem?
Group problems to get a better overview (e.g. social, economical, etc.)
Ask the question: WHY?
And then there is a problem tree
Take the problem tree and make the statements positive
Ask yourself:
- what are exteral factors?
- solutions addressed by others?
- solutions that are out of my mission or budget?
- Is it worth doing it?
AnyBody possibly impacted by the project - positively and negatively
Macro environmental factors that (can) influence the project
Internal and external
Look at the Risks and formulate them positively
Formulate indicators SMART
an output is only a outcome of an activity, but not result!
Formulation of A objective / outcome:
Who (target)
What (expected change)
When and where
Develop direct indiCators and proxy indicators (indirect)!
Or Problem Chain
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