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Beyond Learning Objectives: Develop Measurable Objectives That Link to the Bottom Line by Patricia Pulliam Phillips, Jack J. Phillips

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CHAPTER 3

2 Input Objectives

Inputs are activities that make up the project or program. They are often dictated by a variety of stakeholders. Inputs include the required resources, cost, and scope for a project or program. Often developed at project conception, they’re not always communicated clearly to all stakeholders, particularly those directly involved. This chapter describes the importance of developing input objectives and provides several examples.

ARE INPUT OBJECTIVES NECESSARY?

Think about a particular project or program. At conception, certain parameters are described or envisioned. Maybe the project is intended for only one division ...

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