Performance management is intended largely for the following major reasons; (1) monitoring strategic progress, project performance, programmatic assumptions, and operational context; (2) evaluating performance and impact; (3) learning and adapting from evidence1. Secondly, performance management is critical for accountability and reporting functions, which are a bridge between the implementation team and the wider stakeholders (funders and beneficiaries).
Have you ever wondered which software is most applied in visualizing Monitoring & Evaluation Data? Well, MS. Excel takes that crown because of its availability, simplicity and appealing graphics.
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