Regular monitoring and evaluation will help you to assess how well you are doing against the objectives and impact you have set, and ensure you use your time and resources effectively.
These individuals require that you provide them with an extensive business plan that clearly demonstrates how you will generate revenues, profits, and how you will use this money to compensate them or repay your loan. It lets them know that you have clearly come up with a reasonable projection for how much you can make each month, and also that you have considered when money is coming in and coming out so you do not run into trouble with bills or other expenses and cannot paid as you are required to.
Measuring the extent by which QWL in an organization is usually done through the level of satisfaction employees experience using a given set of variables that are appropriate and useful in their situation. However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use.
This table summarises some key differences between monitoring and evaluation: FIGURE 6: The monitoring cycle Over the course of your advocacy planning, you need to monitor what is working and what is not, decide how to adjust your strategy and then act to implement.
Monitoring should be a continuous process throughout implementation to ensure the best outcome.