(Polyakov, 2014). Both the evaluation methods are legitimate while ongoing data collection, as well as reviews, may incite improvements in the organization. To facilitate firm decisions, both approaches would be applicable and valid. In a nutshell, the heart of data evaluation is based on gathering of information on a program as well as evaluation and analyzation to help determine what the information says on the effectiveness of operations carried out within an organization. The information also advocates an exceptional measure that can be taken to maintain or improve operational effectiveness. The information collected illustrated quantitative (Polyakov, 2014). Subjecting the numbers to visual inspection tells us more about whether the work conducted has some desired effects. The data also highlights the co-relations among the illustrated variables and calls for attention on factors that may be considered.
DATA COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS 5 References Angelides, P. (2001). The development of an efficient technique for collecting and analyzing qualitative data: The analysis of critical incidents. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education , 14 (3), 429-442. Polyakov, A., Seinfeld, M., Mody, J. J., Sun, N., Lee, T., & Chu, C. (2014). U.S. Patent No. 8,667,583 . Washington, DC: U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
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