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SMART Objectives

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      • SMART
    • Deliverables, Objectives & Outcomes
      • If you don’t know where you are going, you probably won’t get there!
      • A project aim may be to:
        • create a product or deliverable where the details have been specified by the client
          • the client has the responsibility for justifying the (business case for) the product
        • meet certain objectives
          • there might be several ways of achieving these objectives
      Deliverables Vs Objectives
      • Olympics 2012:
        • Aims
          • world status
          • sporting achievement
          • Tourism
        • Deliverables:
          • stadium
          • transport system
          • programme of events
      • Objectives
        • to increase number of tourists visiting the UK
        • to provide a series of excellent sporting events
        • to raise the status of UK athletics by winning medals
      Deliverables Vs Objectives Note – these statements need to be rewarded before they are objectives
      • S pecific
      • M easurable – speed, quantity, quality
      • A chievable – (or Agreed)
      • R ealistic
      • T ime Constrained
      SMART Objectives
      • S pecific
      • M easurable – speed, quantity, quality
      • A ctionable
      • R esponsible
      • T ime Constrained
      SMART Objectives
      • Tourism
      • An increase (S) of 100,000 (M, R?, A?) tourists over the period of the games (T) and an annual increase of 10% (M) over the subsequent year (T)
      • A SMART Objective for Olympics 2012
      • Sporting events?
      • A SMART Objective for Olympics 2012
      • Objectives must be:
        • Within the control of the body or person who has to meet the objective
        • broken down into sub-objectives and goals
        • Concrete
        • have measures of success
      • If you don’t have clear objectives, you won’t know when you are finished!!
      Objectives – continued...
      • To implement the new application on time and within budget [but this is a management issue]
      • To implement the new software application with as few errors as possible that might lead to operational failures [but this is a quality issue]
      • To design a system that is user friendly
      • [but this is a vague]
      • To produce full documentation for the new system [this is a quality issue]
      Objectives - Not Quite!