Design for Results


The results expected from the program must be considered through all steps.

There are a variety of ways to communicate expectations, and the value of the participants in this project should not be overlooked.

Designing for results is related to designing for learning.

The seventh step focuses on designing the project or program to deliver results. Program design has an important connection to the results achieved. Designing for results throughout the life cycle ensures that the focus is always on results at every phase of the project, and that tools, templates, and processes are in place to ensure those results are achieved. This concept involves designing the appropriate communications about the program, ...

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