Step 10: Analysing the project’s performance

RBM - step 10

Using the Performance Measurement Framework, you can analyse the information that you gathered to assess:

  • Whether the activities and the use of resources lead to the desired results. The relation between the use of resources and the results allows you to appreciate the efficiency of the project.
  • Whether the outputs lead to the desired effects or the realisation of the purpose of the project. In other word, is the project effective?
  • Does the intervention strategy that’s been selected lead to the desired direct and intermediate results. This is about the pertinence of the project.
  • Does the institutional, political, social and organisational environment of the project enable its success? Or is it slowing down the project or preventing the achievement of certain elements? We’ll go deeper into this question under risk management.

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