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Grant proposal goals and objectives (tati).pptx

  1. Grant proposal goals and objectives Prepared by:- Ms.Taghreed Hamza Hawsawi Prof. Lamiaa Esmaeil Professor of Nursing administration
  2. By the end of the presentation the audience will be able to:-  Recognize Importance of writing goal and objectives in Grant proposal .  Defining of goal of grant proposal.  ArticulateType of Goals in Grant proposal .  Determining how to write grant proposal the goals.  Displaying grant proposal goal characteristics  Implementing of SMART Acronym.  Defining grant proposal objectives.  Articulate types of grant proposal objectives.  Determining Effective criteria for writing grant proposal objective.  preparing good goals and objectives in grant proposal .  Comparing between goals and objectives of grant proposal .
  3.  Introduction.  Importance of writing grant proposal goal and objectives.  Definition of grant proposal goal.  Types of grant proposal Goal.  Characteristics of grant proposal Goal.  SMART Acronym.  Propose of SMART Goal.  Example for grant proposal goals.  Definition of grant proposal objectives.  Type of grant proposal Objectives.  Effective criteria for writing grant proposal objective.  Example for grant proposal objective.  Tips for writing good goals and objectives for grant proposal .  Comparison between grant proposal goals and objectives.
  4. Importance of goal and objectives  The most crucial component of a project proposal is its goals and Objectives, and this is where the most care should be taken when drafting one.(Welson,2018)  Considering that it establishes the framework for the project, establishing the goal is frequently the first stage in developing a proposal. objectives achieving goal are then defined as the next step in the procedure.(Manool.2016)  Program managers shouldn't skip either of these steps because clearly written goals and objectives make it easier to create a persuasive proposal with a good chance of being funded. (Moline,2007)
  5. Importance of goal and objectives  Program managers shouldn't skip either of these steps because clearly written goals and objectives make it easier to create a persuasive proposal with a good chance of being funded.  Goals help to identify needed to create a plan in order to achieve it.Without goals, could lose a track of time or lose focus—and never finish the proposed.  The goals and objectives in grant proposal provides a description of organization hopes to accomplish any project. It also spells out the specific results or outcomes you plan to accomplish WeMoney. (2021, January 11)
  6.  General, directional statement regarding purpose. Goals provide a general context for setting one or more objectives. (Lowen;2106)  Goals describe future expected outcomes or states.They provide programmatic direction.They focus on ends rather than means. (welmer,2018)  A goal is a broad statement of what to be accomplish, that are broad, general, intangible, and abstract. A goal is really about the final impact or outcome that are linked back to your needs statement.(fvtsh;2010)
  7. • Time-bound goals are focused on setting timely actions. • Best for:Teams who need to achieve an outcome within a set timeframe. Time-bound goals • goals are focused on the end result • Best for:Teams who need to achieve a specific outcome and can adjust deadlines as needed. Outcome- oriented goals • Process-oriented goals focus on achieving new internal systems and processes. • Best for:Teams looking to add new processes internally to increase efficiency Process- oriented goals
  8. 1. Goals Must Be Challenging: in Order to Be Motivating, 70 percent confident you can achieve 2. Goals Must Be Focused and Not Overwhelming: it’s important that the goal is assigned at any given time are highly focused and not too complicated or overwhelming 3. Goals Must Be Objective and Measurable measurable and most importantly—actionable—goal. The more measurable a goal is, the easier it is to design a plan to achieve it and track its success. 4. Goals Must Be Updated and Kept Relevant: Characteristics of Goal
  9. M S A R T specific goals means writing targeted statements instead of general ones. measurable goals means ability to measure or quantify the statement. attainable goals means understand organization's capacity & facility Relevant goals means creating goals that relate to the mission of organization and match funding request. time-bound goals means setting to demonstrate dedication to completing the goal. Specific Measurable Attainable Relevant Time-Based
  10. Purpose of SMART Goal Provides motivation within specific period Purpose 1 Helps you communicate goals, easy to record and share with others for review Purpose 2 Encourages accountability for researcher and others. Purpose 3 Increases chance of achievement and provide foucs Purpose 4
  11. Example Improve NICU Nurses performance towardVAP bundle commitment at MCH-Makkah for six month. Pro’s Assess Nurses performance while providing holistic patient care Con’s
  12. Objective definition  step toward accomplishing a goal. In contrast to the goal, an objective is narrow, precise, tangible, concrete, and can be measured. (WeMoney, 2021)  These are detailed statements describing the ways through which you intend to achieve the goal. (Manager’s Breakdown 2023)
  13. Types of objectives • Tactical objectives are focused on short-term deliverables and the result of those tasks. • Best for: Teams working on complex projects with many short-term deliverables. Strategic objectives • they focus on action-oriented and achievable tasks related to operational goals. • Best for: Large teams who work best in short iterations and prefer detailed instructions. Operational objectives
  14. Effective Objective Objectives should support the goal: Objectives should follow a logical order 5W’s Objectives should address the 5Ws: Use action verbs while drafting objectives: Frame SMART objectives Effective criteria for writing objective
  15. Back to Main 1. Objectives should address the 5Ws: • While framing the objectives ensure that they provide answers to the 5Ws: • Why: proposing a particular thing? • What: approach will adopt to reach the desired goal? • When: to conduct the particular project? • Where: to implement the project? • Who: primary stakeholders/beneficiaries or who will be doing a particular thing in a project?
  16. Back to Main 2. Objectives should support the goal: • it is very important that each of your objectives contributes and supports in achieving the goal. For instance if the goal of the project, is to improve maternal health in X area, then each of the objective should contribute and suggest measures for improving maternal health.
  17. Back to Main 3. Objectives should follow a logical order: • while framing the objectives, one should always remember that objectives should be logically placed, which simply means that while implementing a project a step by step procedure should be in place.This will also help you in planning all the activities accordingly.
  18. Back to Main Frame SMARTER objectives :
  19. Back to Main 5. Use action verbs while drafting objectives: • Using active verbs when frame objectives like create, identify, promote, enhance, increase, and develop etc.. These verbs help in describing the course of action and give clarity to your object.
  20. STAGE 5 Objectives need to be realistic and capable of being accomplished within the grant period. 5 STAGE 4 Objectives should identify the target audience or community being served. 4 STAGE 3 Objectives should specify the result of an activity. 3 STAGE 2 State your objectives in terms of outcomes, not process. 2 STAGE 1 State your objectives in quantifiable terms. 1 Consideration in Preparing objectives:
  21. Bloom’sTaxonomy The idea of (Bloom’s Taxonomy) in formulating objective consecutive process, that before applying a concept in real life, we must understand it. Before we understand a concept, we must remember the key facts related to it. Bloom’sTaxonomy
  22. Formulating good goals and objectives  Always allow plenty of time to accomplish the objectives. Construct the goals and objectives directly to need statement. Include all relevant groups and individuals in the target population. Do not confuse outcome objectives for methods. Figure out how to measure the change projected in each objective. If there is no way to measure an objective, it’s not measurable and should be rewritten. 1 2 5 3 4
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