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Conducting Project Reviews

Executive Summary

This paper identifies an approach to the “high-level” review of on-going projects for senior college managers. The framework is flexible, encouraging managers to begin by identifying objectives or benchmarks relevant to their project. Following these procedures will also be a useful vehicle for college governor participation and prepare colleges for the post-occupancy evaluation process identified by the Skills Funding Agency.

Principal Author; Jonathan Herbert

Introduction
How Often Should Reviews Occur?
The Value of Benchmarks or “Metrics”
Common Metrics
Project Specific Metrics
What Form Should the Reviews Take?
In Summary
Appendix: The Project Evaluation Sheet