Applications submitted to the Working Lands Enterprise Board are required to have goals, performance measures, and outcomes. Below are definitions, tips, and an example:
- Why your project is being proposed.
- What you wish to accomplish using measurable targets that will be met through your project.
- Each of your project goals should have corresponding performance measures and outcomes.
- Ways in which the effectiveness of project will be measured:
- What will be measured
- How it will be measured
- When it will be measured
- Well written performance measures should be simple, easy to understand, realistic, worthwhile and must be quantifiable measurements of the project's progress that are easily validated and audited.
- What are the impacts and changes you anticipate will occur due to project work: on you and on your quality of life?
- How will your project enhance your business? Please quantify your response, and briefly state how you think this will take place.
- Will your project have a positive outcome on other businesses and on the supply chain? If so, what types of business(es)?
For any further questions regarding the Working Lands Enterprise Initiative, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (802) 917-2637.