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Q Project Phases Results

The results of a quality project can be versatile depending on the aims and objectives. A part of them will be easily measured and evaluated, some are more complex and visible only in the long term.

This part of the tool has to do with the outcomes and results of the quality project. A part of the results will be in line with your aims and objectives, but very often the ones responsible for quality projects will meet unexpected results that may be positive or negative. The main question that you should answer in this section is:

What kind of results do you expect to have?

For answering this question you have a collection of resources. These include a list of supportive questions in "Planning Questions", a description of the relevant "Issues", some "Recommendations" based on previous experience and some "Evaluation Questions".

You can use some or all of them to clarify your thinking. You will probably find a certain order and emphasis between the resources that will suit your way of thinking.

After having a look at the resources, you will have a chance to write down your ideas in the "Wrinting Page" and to remind yourself of the most important items in "To Remember" .

You can use a "Writing Page" and "To Remenber" in every phase and they will be available to you next time you enter with the same login.

In every moement you can go to the "Making It an Entirety" and print the whole plan (constructed with the Writing Page from every phase) at the moment you decide.