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  Objective - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Objective lens, an optical element in a camera or microscope.
Objective approach, a way of judging or interpreting a situation.
Project objective, an expected business benefit in the context of project management.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Objective   (151 words)

 Expert Project Management - Defining the Hierarchy of Project Objectives - Linking Organizational Strategy, Programs ...
Objectives that are narrower in scope, such as "increase literacy for teenage girls", fall into the middle level and are called "strategic objectives".
Objectives that relate directly to a project's deliverables fall into the operational level and are called "project objectives".
Project Objective: The project objective in most cases is the same as the deliverable for the project.
www.maxwideman.com /guests/hierarchy/objectives.htm   (467 words)

 Project objective - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In project management, project objective is a business benefit that an organization expects to achieve as a result of injecting project product(s) into itself or its environment.
A more formal way to define project objective is: a desired change in key performance measures (indicators) of an organization, resulting from the interplay between project products injected into the organization or its environment and the organization itself.
Care should be taken to list only such non-objectives that can be reasonably expected by project sponsors or other interested parties, but are not going to be achieved by the project.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Project_objective   (476 words)

 Wideman Comparative Glossary of Project Management Terms v3.1
A structure that is created or evolves to serve the project and its participants, and refers to the roles and responsibilities of the project team and its interfaces to the outside world.
Typically organizations who have a predisposition to use projects as their corporate business approach, or are otherwise heavily involved on project work, or to individuals who are familiar with project management tools and techniques and are comfortable with their use.
The primary uses of the project plan are to document planning assumptions and decisions, to facilitate communication among stakeholders, and to document approved scope, cost, and schedule baselines.
www.maxwideman.com /pmglossary/PMG_P13.htm   (1245 words)

 Pooled fund projects - Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Objective: This project is aimed at improving the accuracy and repeatability of the test used to determine the density of hot mix asphalt mixes using a vacuum-sealing device.
Objective: The objective of this study is to conduct structured field testing and evaluation across a range of winter conditions and different highway maintenance organizational structures to assess the practical effectiveness, ease of use, optimum application rates, barriers to use, durability, and so on, of innovative materials, equipment and methods for improved winter highway maintenance.
Objective: The objective of this project is to assemble a consortium of regional, state, and local agencies, organizations and the FHWA to: 1.
www.dot.state.wi.us /library/research/reports/pooledfund.htm   (2779 words)

 Seven Steps to PBSC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Project Agreement is an agreement between a project team and bureau management for the purpose of empowering a team to achieve project objectives.
The objective should be a high-level statement, but may include some details which are descriptive of the project and it's component parts so as to provide a basis for understanding and agreeing upon the project objective.
The project agreement should be signed by the project team leader (and, as an alternative, by team members as well) and by agency management officials at a level above the project team leader with key authority, responsibility or influence on the project.
www.arnet.gov /Library/OFPP/BestPractices/pbsc/guidance1.html   (1508 words)

 Microsoft Office Assistance: Goal: Initiate a project   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
For objectives to be effective, all project stakeholders (stakeholders: Individuals and organizations that are actively involved in the project or whose interests may be affected by the project.) must officially agree to them.
During the planning process, list your project's constraints to ensure that all project stakeholders (stakeholders: Individuals and organizations that are actively involved in the project or whose interests may be affected by the project.) are aware of them and have the opportunity to comment on the list.
The project's scope is the combination of all project objectives and tasks and the work required to accomplish them.
office.microsoft.com /en-us/assistance/HA010963241033.aspx   (1575 words)

 Project Management Process
The overall project schedule is not at a sufficient level of detail to enable the allocation of actual resources to tasks, or to control progress.
Project Kick Off is therefore concerned with producing a plan of the work required to produce a plan for the whole project.
In effect the move from objective to requirements is a continuum illustrating the progressive expansion of the project definition.
dijest.com /tools/pmworkbench/pmtemplates/pmoredocs/pmprocess.htm   (3457 words)

 Chartering a project: Defining the project objective: OSCI: U of M.
A project objective is often referred to as the goal.
At the completion of the project, any person should be able to refer back to the project objective and determine whether the project was successful.
Project objectives should not be tied to increasing or improving overall satisfaction.
www1.umn.edu /osci/How_To/Chartering_a_project_Defining_the_project_objective.html   (369 words)

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Performance indicators are measures of project impacts, outcomes, outputs and inputs that are monitored during implementation to assess progress toward project objectives.
Project Development Objective2A 2B 2C (Objective to Goal)Provide a one-sentence statement of the overall objective that will have been achieved at the end of the project as a result of both the delivery of the project outputs and the assumed responses from beneficiary groups and/or institutions (stated under Outputs to Objective).
Project Components/ Activities 4A Inputs (budget for each component):4B 4C (Components to Outputs) A component is a cluster of activities that contribute to a single project output.
www.worldbank.org /html/fpd/esmap/log_frame.doc   (1064 words)

 Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering
Project Objective: Develop a proposal and make recommendations for improving the throughput of the press department while optimizing the number or operators through improved setup and operator interaction with the related equipment.
Project Objective: Research and test various conformal coating materials with the function to protect a printed circuit board from damage caused by environments such as high humidity, water, sewage, and chemical exposure.
Project Objective: To design the housing of a submersible sensor and to make recommendations on materials that would be suitable for the production of the housing for a variety of applications.
www.ndsu.nodak.edu /ndsu/ime/capstone/capstone2005.htm   (577 words)

 CT DEP: WCRP Projects in Connecticut
Project Objective: To document the use of Connecticut’s major river corridors as stopover habitat for spring and fall avian migrants.
Project Objective: To create new exhibits at the Wildlife Division’s Sessions Woods Conservation Education Center that highlight the importance of habitat to Connecticut’s birds and to inform the public about endangered species and their management.
As a result of this project, 20 acres of warm season grasses were enhanced, 30 acres of old field habitat was be restored and 10 acres of aspen was regenerated.
dep.state.ct.us /burnatr/wildlife/geninfo/fedaid/wcrp.htm   (1619 words)

 PROJECT MANAGEMENT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Two ways of preparing for a project are the explicit planning of the project and setting a desired objective set for the outcome of the project, without predefined constraints and rules.
In this particular case, a proxy objective was to maximize the use of recycled material and renewable resources in the construction of the building to the fullest extent possible.
These were not planned on, but were realized by the inherent flexibility afforded by the objective methodology and an understanding of the overall intent of the building and incorporating this philosophy into the design.
www.afe.org /members/journal/march-april2002/Smith.html   (1248 words)

 Project Agreement for Data Warehousing   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
This Project Agreement outlines the project objective, team duties, budget availability, and high-level milestones for the accomplishment of the project objective, and the ground rules associated with the project.
The project objective is twofold: (1) to provide contractor support to evaluate the PTO pilot data warehouse, presently under development, and its effectiveness in linking with the pilot Executive Information System (EIS) and in delivering future capability; and (2) to develop, deliver, deploy, and maintain an enterprise-wide data warehouse.
The term of the project begins on the date of this document and concludes after the contract(s) have been awarded, the contractor(s) is/are in place, required services have been provided, and close-out functions are completed.
www.uspto.gov /web/offices/ac/comp/proc/conops/archive/dw/dwpweb.html   (3064 words)

 FASB: Liabilities and Equity
The project’s objective is to develop a comprehensive standard of accounting and reporting for financial instruments with characteristics of equity, liabilities, or both, and assets.
The projected date for issuance of a preliminary views is during the second quarter of 2007.
The stated objective of the project was to improve the transparency of the accounting for financial instruments that contain characteristics of liabilities, equity, or both.
www.fasb.org /project/liabeq.shtml   (4239 words)

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The objective should express a single development purpose that is realistic, specific and measurable.
Outcome indicators related to the results to be achieved by the end of project implementation, while impact may not be fully achieved until five or more years after the project implementation has been completed.
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www.worldbank.org /html/fpd/esmap/doc/logframe.rtf   (616 words)

 Vocational Consortium Project ...year97-98.html
The project objective is to implement a comprehensive K-12 business/computer curriculum with an emphasis in the high school on advanced, career-oriented applications.
This project is to help students develop confidence, gain in understanding the importance of math and trai tacheivemetn in a subject that wil have a definete impact on their future.
This project is a continuation of an Ag/Science curriculum integration project that was developed to determine the effect of urban and rural activity on the water quality of various watershed basins.
www.esu7.org /~vocweb/RFP/year97-98.html   (369 words)

 Resume - CAREER OBJECTIVE: Senior project management position using proven skills of mana...
Assumed responsibility for project budgets and deadlines; by using proven organizational skills, was able to meet planned benchmarks in 12m unionized project.
OBJECTIVE To secure a challenging and rewarding position in which I can fully utilize my experience in drilling and mining engineering.
OBJECTIVE A challenging and diversified Production/Technical position at middle to senior management in Metallurgy, with a strong element of Technical functions and Human Resources, where I can utilize my extensive background, exceptional organizational skills and team leading abilities.
www.miscojobs.com /employers/resumes/l_1/c_4/rsm_19900.htm   (1669 words)

 Project Management   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Our project management process is really a process, along with supporting techniques and tools that provides leadership, insight, and direction to the people within a project to maximize effectiveness.
This “project manager” must fulfill the project objectives within the constraints specified by the management of the parent organization.
We have found this coupling of experience, project management methodologies, and a supporting infrastructure has allowed us to detect potential problems and recommend corrective action in time to ensure that project scope, schedule, and budget are not affected.
www.jeroconsulting.com /new_page_1.htm   (808 words)

 Psychosocial, Neuropsychological and Neurobehavioral Assessment (Project I)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Project 1 has accomplished all but one of the goals proposed in the application and published manuscripts relating to each goal, including 5 manuscripts in 1999, 1 in 1998, and 2 in 1996.
The latter was the first report of deficits on objective tests of neurobehavioral performance in a population-based sample of veterans from this conflict.
Methodology: Due to our objective of administering 12 diversely structured psychological tests to a large number of veterans during their clinical assessment, an initial priority was the development of an efficient method for administering these wide-ranging tests to up to 10 people at a time.
www.gulflink.osd.mil /medsearch/ChemicalWarfare/Chemical/VA6A.shtml   (1486 words)

 PROJECT AGREEMENT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
In fulfilling this objective, the PTO is utilizing a new streamlined acquisition process described in the document entitled Department of Commerce Acquisition Process Case for Change, available at http://www.conops.doc.gov.
This Project Agreement outlines the project objective, team duties, budget, and high-level milestones for the accomplishment of the project objective, and the ground rules associated with the project.
Members of this Project Team include a project manager, who has overall authority and responsibility for the successful accomplishment of the project objectives and fulfillment of the terms of this Project Agreement.
www.uspto.gov /go/proc/conops/pto/abss/abss_pa.htm   (3452 words)

The Project target is to develop and implement, in the framework of ITU's Youth Initiatives, a scholarship programme called "YES" (Youth Education Scheme).
YES Project objective is to assist, promote and support needy and deserving young people to complete their tertiary education in communications-related fields.
This scholarship Project is created for young future leaders from Least Developed Countries (LDC) and developing countries, interested in pursuing careers in communications-related fields, who would be unable to complete their studies without financial support.
www.itu.int /ITU-D/youth/youth_education_scheme.html   (243 words)

 Regional Research Project S-286
Successive cooperative regional projects have conducted research since 1950 pertaining to weeds and their control in southern crops; the behavior and action of herbicides in plants; and the fate, persistence and efficacy of herbicides in the environment.
The early emphasis on physiology, soils, and weeds was strengthened in the 1995 revision when the objectives became: (A) to study the mechanisms of herbicidal action in plants, (B) to evaluate the effects of herbicides on plants and soils under varying environmental conditions, and (C) to study biological factors affecting weeds.
This project was then revised to "Influence of Crop Herbicide Management on Weed Population and Dynamics and Subsequent Crop Physiology," under the project number, S-159, 1981 to 1986.
www.uark.edu /admin/saaesd/s286.html   (2005 words)

 Projects - Project Details   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The project development objective of the Gansu and Xinjiang Pastoral Development Project for China is to promote sustainable natural resource management by establishing improved livestock production and marketing systems that would increase the income of herders and farmers in the project areas.
The global environmental objective of the project is to maintain and nurture natural grassland ecosystems to enhance global environmental benefits.
The global environmental objective would be achieved by implementing community based grassland management in selected project areas with high global biodiversity values; providing incremental investments for implementing grassland management plans; and carrying out monitoring of these grasslands' habitats.
web.worldbank.org /external/projects/main?pagePK=104231&menuPK=228424&Projectid=P065035   (438 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Objectives are specific accomplishments that your community has determined to be completed within the period of your proposed project.
The specific information provided for each objective is the standard upon which its achievement can be evaluated at the end of each budget year.
Note that the elapsed times from the start of the project should be used rather than absolute dates, as the actual starting date of the project cannot always be determined in advance.
www.acf.dhhs.gov /programs/ana/programs/documents/owp_description.txt   (274 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Project Objective(s): Refer to the objectives in the approved grant application.
List all project objective(s) to be achieved by the completion of this quarter.
Project Outcome: Describe in measurable terms direct and indirect benefit to your target population by this project.
www.lili.org /forlibs/lsta/qtrly-narr-rpt.doc   (551 words)

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