Collection of information (Program writing – P2 – Ep.2)
Tool 1 – Analysis of the situation encountered
How to describe the facts reported and / or seen on the spot during the exploration of a project (context).
|Example||Example of an analysis of the situation encountered in a project, and how to write it.||Download|
Tool 2 – Sources of information for identifying a project
What sources of information are used to identify a project, its context, its needs and the expectations of local populations.
|Example||Example of sources of information for the identification of a project.||Download|
Tool 3 – Stakeholder analysis
How to describe all the actors of a project.
|Model||The stakeholder analysis defines all the actors of a project as well as their importance and their interest compared to the project and, their influence and their impact on the project.||Download|
|Example||Example of a stakeholder analysis of a project, and how to format it.||Download|
Tool 4 – Objective tree
How to define the objectives of a project.
|Model||The goal tree is a graphical presentation that describes the nesting and architecture of a project’s goals. It establishes a precise framework for the execution of the project. The general objective is divided into specific objectives several times until reaching an operational level. These objectives can be quantitative as well as qualitative.
Navigating the tree hierarchy is rich in meaning. Going down the tree, the specific objectives show how the higher objective will be achieved. By navigating in the opposite direction – that is to say by going up in the tree – it is easy to understand the purpose of each specific objective.
Tool 5 – Problem tree
How to define the problems and solutions of a project.
|Model||The problem tree is a graphical presentation that describes the overlap and architecture of the negative aspects / problems of an existing situation and determines the cause and effect relationship between the problems identified.||Download|
Tool 6 – Meeting report
How to report a meeting: people present, main subjects raised, other points raised, date of next meeting.
|Example||Example of a meeting report, and how to write it.||Download|
Tool 7 – Field mission report
How to report a field mission: people present, mission objectives, mission narrative report, general conclusions.
|Example||Example of a report following the completion of a field mission, and how to write it.||Download|