To properly assess your project and begin developing a business case, it is important to give significant consideration to six project elements: Project design, Evidence-base, Implementation roles, Resources and budget, Work plan and Stakeholder roles and expectations. Use the worksheets and tools found in the OHPP Program Planning Steps Menu and Project Management Tools Menu to help you do this.
At a minimum we recommend that you complete the Context, description, scope and assumptions worksheet on the Project Management Tools Menu.
For more information about how to address these six project elements, click here.
This worksheet includes 30 questions to help you assess the quality of your project across the six elements: The assessment questions ask about actions that you have or have not taken, related to these six elements.
Your answers to the assessment questions will fall into the category of project strengths if you answer:
Yes (you have taken a particular action); or
No, but there will be time and resources during implementation for this to happen/be developed
Your answers to the assessment questions will fall into the category of project limitations if you answer:
No, and we have no plans to do/create this; or
You may also indicate that a particular question is not applicable to you by answering:
No, but we do not need this/these – it will not impact our results.
Click here to read more about Relationship to the next steps; Print your results; Options; and Additional sources of help.