Determine how funds should be distributed across the program activities.

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monitoring in evaluating

Monitoring is a form of evaluation or assessment, though unlike outcome or impact evaluation, it takes place shortly after an intervention has begun (formative evaluation), throughout the course of an intervention (process evaluation) or midway through the intervention (mid-term evaluation). Monitoring is not an end. Monitoring allows programs to determine what is and is not working well, so that adjustments can be made along the way. It allows programs to assess what is happening versus what was planned.

Monitoring allows programs to:

Implement remedial measures to get programs back on track and remain accountable to the expected results the program is aiming to achieve.

Determine how funds should be distributed across the program activities.

Collect information that can be used in the evaluation process.

When monitoring activities are not carried out directly by the decision-makers of the program it is crucial that the findings from those monitoring activities are coordinated and fed back to them. Information from monitoring activities can also be disseminated to different groups outside of the organization which helps promote transparency and provides an opportunity to obtain feedback from key stakeholders. (UN Women 31 October 2010).

Typical challenges for the effective use of monitoring and evaluation are lack of experience, limited financial and staff resources, gaps in technical knowledge with regard to defining performance indicators, the retrieval, collection, preparation and interpretation of data, and inefficient monitoring and evaluation practices. (Ch4llenge n.d.)

Discuss Program Strategies and Growth Opportunities

Prior to beginning work on this assignment, read the following:

  • Chapter 3 in the course textbook.
  • Appendices A and B in the course textbook.
  • The case study titled “Proactive Prevention” at the end of Section 3.5 in the course textbook.
  • SWOT Analysis

For guidance on creating the SWOT analysis, see the SWOT Analysis (Links to an external site.) page in the Writing Center.

Based on the information in this case, write a paper that includes the following three parts and required elements.

Part 1: St. Mary’s Wellness Center Overview

  • Create a mission statement that reflects the new direction for St. Mary’s.
  • Create a vision statement reflecting the new mission statement.
  • Discuss the data elements that should be collected to identify which patients would best benefit from the programs identified in the case study.
  • Explain the reason you selected these data elements.

Part 2: Program Strategies and Growth Opportunities

  • Discuss the type of strategy that the leadership team at St. Mary’s pursued.
  • Identify the strengths and weaknesses of this strategy.

The organization is allowing you to hire two new employees to support the program strategies.

  • Describe the employee roles and the specific qualifications they need to fulfill the positions’ responsibilities.

Part 3: Program Opportunities and Threats

  • Determine which organizations in the community might view the wellness center as a new form of competition.
  • Identify the way(s) in which those organizations may be impacted by the changes occurring at St. Mary’s.
  • Analyze factors described in Chapter 3 that might affect the implementation of this new strategy.
  • Identify the opportunities and threats related to the strategy.

The Strategic Planning Process: Implementation paper

Carefully review the Grading Rubric (Links to an external site.) for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment.

Describe the employee roles and the specific qualifications they need to fulfill the positions’ responsibilities.

Prior to beginning work on this assignment, read the following:

  • Chapter 3 in the course textbook.
  • Appendices A and B in the course textbook.
  • The case study titled “Proactive Prevention” at the end of Section 3.5 in the course textbook.
  • SWOT Analysis

For guidance on creating the SWOT analysis, see the SWOT Analysis (Links to an external site.) page in the Writing Center.

Based on the information in this case, write a paper that includes the following three parts and required elements.

Part 1: St. Mary’s Wellness Center Overview

  • Create a mission statement that reflects the new direction for St. Mary’s.
  • Create a vision statement reflecting the new mission statement.
  • Discuss the data elements that should be collected to identify which patients would best benefit from the programs identified in the case study.
  • Explain the reason you selected these data elements.

Part 2: Program Strategies and Growth Opportunities

  • Discuss the type of strategy that the leadership team at St. Mary’s pursued.
  • Identify the strengths and weaknesses of this strategy.

The organization is allowing you to hire two new employees to support the program strategies.

  • Describe the employee roles and the specific qualifications they need to fulfill the positions’ responsibilities.

Part 3: Program Opportunities and Threats

  • Determine which organizations in the community might view the wellness center as a new form of competition.
  • Identify the way(s) in which those organizations may be impacted by the changes occurring at St. Mary’s.
  • Analyze factors described in Chapter 3 that might affect the implementation of this new strategy.
  • Identify the opportunities and threats related to the strategy.

The Strategic Planning Process: Implementation paper

Carefully review the Grading Rubric (Links to an external site.) for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment.

Discuss Program Opportunities and Threats

Prior to beginning work on this assignment, read the following:

  • Chapter 3 in the course textbook.
  • Appendices A and B in the course textbook.
  • The case study titled “Proactive Prevention” at the end of Section 3.5 in the course textbook.
  • SWOT Analysis

For guidance on creating the SWOT analysis, see the SWOT Analysis (Links to an external site.) page in the Writing Center.

Based on the information in this case, write a paper that includes the following three parts and required elements.

Part 1: St. Mary’s Wellness Center Overview

  • Create a mission statement that reflects the new direction for St. Mary’s.
  • Create a vision statement reflecting the new mission statement.
  • Discuss the data elements that should be collected to identify which patients would best benefit from the programs identified in the case study.
  • Explain the reason you selected these data elements.

Part 2: Program Strategies and Growth Opportunities

  • Discuss the type of strategy that the leadership team at St. Mary’s pursued.
  • Identify the strengths and weaknesses of this strategy.

The organization is allowing you to hire two new employees to support the program strategies.

  • Describe the employee roles and the specific qualifications they need to fulfill the positions’ responsibilities.

Part 3: Program Opportunities and Threats

  • Determine which organizations in the community might view the wellness center as a new form of competition.
  • Identify the way(s) in which those organizations may be impacted by the changes occurring at St. Mary’s.
  • Analyze factors described in Chapter 3 that might affect the implementation of this new strategy.
  • Identify the opportunities and threats related to the strategy.

The Strategic Planning Process: Implementation paper

Carefully review the Grading Rubric (Links to an external site.) for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment.

Compare and Contrast Digital Communication Tools 

NO PLAGIARISM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Option #2: Compare and Contrast Digital Communication Tools 

There are many communication tools available to leaders in the modern workplace. Some of these tools include Microsoft Teams, Zoom, and Slack, to name a few.

For this assignment, you will compare and contrast at least five communication tools leaders can use to interact with staff and lead projects.

Analyze each tool and consider the following: What is the purpose of the particular communication tool? What are the strengths and challenges? How does the tool enhance communication? What are the challenges of this communication tool? Would you recommend this tool as a method of communication for leaders? Why or why not?

Keep in mind this is academic writing. It should be written in third person and should not include unsubstantiated opinions, but rather facts and theories. Your well-written paper must adhere to the following parameters:

  • 4 pages in length, not including the title and reference pages.
  • 3 current scholarly references cited in the assignment. Remember, you must support your thinking/opinions and prior knowledge with references; all facts must be supported; in-text references used throughout the assignment must be included in an APA-formatted reference list.
  • Review the grading rubric, which can be accessed from the Course Information page.

compare and contrast at least five communication tools leaders can use to interact with staff and lead projects.

NO PLAGIARISM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Option #2: Compare and Contrast Digital Communication Tools 

There are many communication tools available to leaders in the modern workplace. Some of these tools include Microsoft Teams, Zoom, and Slack, to name a few.

For this assignment, you will compare and contrast at least five communication tools leaders can use to interact with staff and lead projects.

Analyze each tool and consider the following: What is the purpose of the particular communication tool? What are the strengths and challenges? How does the tool enhance communication? What are the challenges of this communication tool? Would you recommend this tool as a method of communication for leaders? Why or why not?

Keep in mind this is academic writing. It should be written in third person and should not include unsubstantiated opinions, but rather facts and theories. Your well-written paper must adhere to the following parameters:

  • 4 pages in length, not including the title and reference pages.
  • 3 current scholarly references cited in the assignment. Remember, you must support your thinking/opinions and prior knowledge with references; all facts must be supported; in-text references used throughout the assignment must be included in an APA-formatted reference list.
  • Review the grading rubric, which can be accessed from the Course Information page.

What is the purpose of the particular communication tool? What are the strengths and challenges?

NO PLAGIARISM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Option #2: Compare and Contrast Digital Communication Tools 

There are many communication tools available to leaders in the modern workplace. Some of these tools include Microsoft Teams, Zoom, and Slack, to name a few.

For this assignment, you will compare and contrast at least five communication tools leaders can use to interact with staff and lead projects.

Analyze each tool and consider the following: What is the purpose of the particular communication tool? What are the strengths and challenges? How does the tool enhance communication? What are the challenges of this communication tool? Would you recommend this tool as a method of communication for leaders? Why or why not?

Keep in mind this is academic writing. It should be written in third person and should not include unsubstantiated opinions, but rather facts and theories. Your well-written paper must adhere to the following parameters:

  • 4 pages in length, not including the title and reference pages.
  • 3 current scholarly references cited in the assignment. Remember, you must support your thinking/opinions and prior knowledge with references; all facts must be supported; in-text references used throughout the assignment must be included in an APA-formatted reference list.
  • Review the grading rubric, which can be accessed from the Course Information page.

Discuss The Political Nature Of Public Sector Budgeting

Discuss The Political Nature Of Public Sector Budgeting

As you have seen from the readings, public sector budgeting often involves several different categories of interested actors who seek to influence the budget process and the resulting budget in a variety of ways. In this discussion, identify the various actors that may influence public budgeting and explain how they and their various interests contribute to the political nature of public budgeting.

Discuss The Political Nature Of Public Sector Budgeting

500 words  , you must support your assertions with all of the current Module’s Readings, Study Materials, and any additional scholarly citations in APA format.

Describe specific measures that you can use to determine and assess alignment.

Describe specific measures that you can use to determine and assess alignment.
Wrote 250 words answering in Apa format For  McDonald company analysis:
How well does the organization you are writing about do in terms of articulating and linking vision, mission, and strategy? Do the mission and vision become apparent when you study the company’s strategy? Do the company’s actions align with their mission and/or vision statements, in other words, is what they say reflected in their actions? Broadly, does this align with the industry approach?
For a business plan:
How will you ensure that the business will link vision, mission, and strategy? Describe specific measures that you can use to determine and assess alignment.

Discuss Training Project Evaluation

Module 06 Course Project – Training Project Evaluation/Feedback
For your final course project assignment, create a one-page evaluation / feedback form for your training. Also include a second page describing why you included the questions you did and how they relate to the goals and objectives of your training program.

Submit your completed assignment to the drop box below. Please check the Course Calendar for specific due dates.

Save your assignment as a Microsoft Word document. (Mac users, please remember to append the “.docx” extension to the filename.) The name of the file should be your first initial and last name, followed by an underscore and the name of the assignment, and an underscore and the date. An example is shown below: