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Free project evaluation assessment!

Research and evaluation are the processes used to collect business information for the purpose of making business decisions. The purpose of research is to prove the validity of a project or programme.  Whilst the purpose of evaluating is to improve. It involves making a judgement set against what the original purpose of a project or programme. Business managers conduct research and/or evaluations for many reasons but primarily to:


Here is your starting point:

  1. Specify the purpose of the research or evaluation

  2. Verify the internal information, data and statistics

  3. Conduct secondary desk research

  4. Complete primary research surveys

  5. Analyse and evaluate results

  6. Report the findings with opportunities and suggestions

  7. Create an action plan


Whilst most know that they should research thoroughly before making important business decisions there is an inherent tendency to assume the knowledge. 

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