K-MSG-L Notes 8 (40) - ,and(d) .(a)Project...

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and indicates required to confirm the signs, and (d) the important threats and presumptions for  moving from one stage of objectives to the next. Typical Log Structure Structure (a) Project  Structure (b) Indicators of Achievement (c) Way of Confirmation (d) Important Risks and  Assumptions () Project Final Goal (Impact Goal) What are the broader objectives which the  venture will help achieve? Lengthy run system impact What are the quantitative actions or  qualitative decision to know whether these broad objectives have been achieved? What sources  are available or can be offered to allow the objective to be measured? What exterior aspects are  necessary to sustain the objectives actually run? () Intermediate Objectives (Effect Objectives)  What are the developed immediate results of the venture, what are the advantages, to whom?  What impact, improvements or changes will the venture carry about? What are the quantitative 
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