Corporate Strategic Plan & Business Plan
We work step by step with institutions to establish their current status, where they desire to be in future, how to achieve their desired future, how to capitalize on the available opportunities and how to mitigate threats that may hold them back.
We work with clients to prepare implementation plans, budgeting and annual operational plans.
We also work with clients in developing appropriate Monitoring and Evaluation Framework to ensure the success of their businesses.
We have hands on experience in carrying out project evaluation process gained from project management, monitoring and evaluation exposure. In most case our approach to project evaluation is guided by a conceptual framework that will seek to examine the following elements:
- Relevance: “Does the programme make sense within the context of its environment?” This is to assess whether the results, purpose and overall objectives of the programme are in line with the needs and aspirations of the beneficiaries, and with the policy environment of the programme.
- Impact: “What has happened (or is likely to happen) as a consequence of the programme?” In other words, to assess whether there has been a change towards the achievement of the overall objective(s) as a consequence of the achievement of the programme purpose. Both intended and unintended impacts will be reviewed.
- Effectiveness: “To what extent has the programme purpose been (or is likely to be) achieved and to what extent is this achievement a result of the programme? “This is an assessment of effectiveness that describes how well the results achieved have furthered the achievement of the programme purpose.
- Efficiency: “Does the quantity and quality of the results of the programme justify the means used for achieving them?” This will help to assess the relation between the results and the means, including whether the process of transforming the means into results has been cost-effective.
- Sustainability: “What has happened (or is likely to happen) to the positive effects of the Programme after the external assistance (if any) has (or will) come to an end? Sustainability is the degree to which the benefits produced by the Programme will continue after the project phase.
- Programme implementation progress: “measuring achievements against operational plan”
- Lessons Learnt: “What lessons have been learnt in the course of implementing the project and how can they be used in informing future strategic choices and plan?”.