Step Five: Collect and Analyze Data

The second possible result after data analysis is that you realize your program was implemented as designed, but you did not reach your intended objectives.  If this occurs, consider the following questions:

  • Did something happen independent of the program that affected your ability to achieve your objectives?
  • Were the performance measures specified correctly?
  • Have you expected to see results too soon?

 

Answering these questions will help you to determine why you have not achieved your program’s objectives.

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