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Managing Business Activities Managing Business Activities to Achieve Results Edexcel BTEC level 4 in AMS-LONDON College By Lodoisambuu Bazar To Francis Nwofor Table of Content Task 1 1.1. Evaluate the interrelationship between the different processes and functions of the organization 1.2. Identify and justify the methodology you would use to map processes to the organization’s goals and objectives 1.3. Evaluate the output of the process and the quality gateways Task 2 2.1. Design plans which promote goals and objectives for own area of responsibility 2.2. Write objectives, which are specific, measureable, achievable, realistic and time based to align people and other resources in an effective and efficient way…show more content…
The IDEF methodology can be used without any dispute about the methodology used. The methodology is easily assessable and proven as a robust industry standard supported by most process modelling tools. 1.3 This type of evaluation is performed while a project is being implemented, with the aim of improving the project design and functioning while in action. An example given in monitoring and evaluating urban development programs, a handbook for program managers and researchers by Michael bamberger, describes a monitoring study that, by way of rapid survey, was able to determine that the amount of credit in a micro credit scheme for artisans in Brazil was too small. The potential beneficiaries were not participating due to the inadequacy of the loan size for their needs. This information was then used to make some important changes in the project. Bamberger defines it as an internal project activity designed to provide constant feedback on the progress of a project, the problems it is facing, and the efficiency with which it is being implemented. An evaluation studies the outcome of a project changes in income, housing quality, benefits distribution, cost-effectiveness with the aim of informing the design of future projects. An example from monitoring and evaluating organizational process for its performance describes an evaluation of a cooperative program in El Salvador that determined that the cooperatives improved the lives of the few families
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