Project Evaluation:

PJM6125 Project Evaluation:
Stakeholder Analysis & Evaluation Goal Matrix
Overview and Rationale
For this assignment, you will establish some evaluation goals for your project based on the
method and lens covered in this week’s lecture.
Program and Course Outcomes
This assignment is directly linked to the following key learning outcomes from the course
syllabus:
LO1: Identify and analyze stakeholders associated with performance evaluation.
LO2: Design an evaluation goals matrix incorporating the differences between impact, efficiency,
and effectiveness
LO6: Compare change management procedures needed to respond to the results of both tactical
and non-tactical performance evaluation
L07: Plan and conduct a tactical evaluation using both qualitative and quantitative measures
Essential Components & Instructions
This assignment is completed in two parts. First, using your chosen project that you
submitted as part of Lesson 1, complete the following items:
Stakeholder Register / Analysis:
 Create a stakeholder register / analysis that includes the following minimum
columns:
o Stakeholder
o Stakeholder Position / Role
o Type of Stakeholder (internal or external)
o Stakeholder expectation (high level needs or expectations of project)
o Stakeholder interest (high / medium / low)
o Stakeholder influence level (high / medium / low)
o Stakeholder view of project (supportive / neutral / opposed)
o Stakeholder Management strategy (approach to engaging stakeholder to
support success of project)
 Once you create the register, create entries for a minimum of 12 – 15 project
stakeholders, performing a full analysis for each of them.
Part 2: Evaluation Goals Matrix:
After completing the stakeholder register, you will create an evaluation goals matrix, as
illustrated in Lesson 2, with an additional column entitled stakeholder. Once you have
designed the evaluation goal matrix, you will need to list at least four evaluation goals for
each category: efficiency, effectiveness, and impact, which will result in a total of 12 metrics
/ goals.
You will be assess on the clarity of the metrics, the concreteness of the measures (Example:
increased performance by 12 percent (concrete) vs. increase performance (not concrete, as
no specific measurement of increase)), and how well the metric will measure the success of
project relative to the overview of the project you provided as a case study.
Format
Below are some key guidelines you will want to ensure you follow in all three elements of
this assignment. Think of this short list as a quality control checklist, along with the
attached grading rubric.
 Part 1 and Part 2 (stakeholder analysis and evaluation matrix) should be submitted
as a single file (MsWord or .pdf)
 You should include a cover page
 You should include a brief summary of your chosen project.
 You should format the documents professionally
 The tables should be readable without having to zoom in on small text
 You should follow the formats given in the lesson and referenced above, plus the
additional column requested
 You should include the appropriate number of evaluation goals and metrics from
each category
Please be sure to review the attached rubric. It along with these assignment instructions
will ensure you have a solid understanding of the assignment requirements.
Rubric(s)
Assessment
Element Above Standard
(100-95%)
Meets Standards
(94.9 – 84%)
Approaching
Standards
(83.9 – 77%)
Below Standard
(76.9 – 70%)
Not Evident
(69.9 – 0%)
Evaluation
Matrix
(35%)
The evaluation goal
matrix includes a total of
12 goals, with a
minimum of three goals
from each category, and
each goal is concretely
identified. Additionally,
the evaluation goals
introduced show a high
degree of understanding
and relevance to the
project.
The evaluation goal
matrix includes a total of
12 goals, with a
minimum of three goals
from each category, and
each goal is concretely
identified. Each goal is
relevant to the project
The evaluation goal
matrix includes a total of
12 goals, with a
minimum of three goals
from each category, and
not all goals are
concretely specified.
Each goal is vaguely
relevant to the project
The evaluation goal
matrix includes a total of
12 goals, but without an
equal distribution
between the categories
and/or not all goals are
concretely specified or
not relevant to the
project.
The evaluation goal
matrix either does not
provide a sufficient
number of goals or an
appropriate number by
distribution between the
various categories. Goals
do not appear to be
relevant to the project
Stakeholder
Register
(35%)
Stakeholder register
includes all required
columns and provides a
full analysis of more than
15 stakeholders with
particular attention
given to managing each
in light of their
performance related
concerns.
Stakeholder register
includes all required
columns and provides a
full analysis of 12 – 15
stakeholders with
particular attention
given to managing each
in light of their
performance related
concerns.
Stakeholder register
includes all required
columns and provides a
full analysis of 12 – 15
stakeholders but does
not give particular
attention to managing
each in light of their
performance related
concerns.
Stakeholder register
includes all required
columns but does not
provide a full and
substantial analysis of 12
– 15 stakeholders.
The submission fails in a
significant manner to
capture relevant
stakeholders and analyze
them in a
comprehensive manner
Critical
Thinking
(15%)
Professional insights into
depth and breadth of
assignment – goes WELL
beyond assignment
Showcases a
comprehensive
understanding of the
performance issues
Showcases a base
understanding of the
performance issues
related to the project
Does not evidence a
base understanding of
the performance issues
related to the project
Evidences a very poor
understanding of the
relevant stakeholders
and/or the performance
requirements to explore
performance evaluation
and appropriate
stakeholders and
evaluation goals.
related to the project
environment and
evidences a strong
analysis of the case
through the design of
the matrix and
stakeholder register.
environment and
evidences a less than
thorough analysis of the
case through the design
of the matrix and
stakeholder register.
environment and
evidences a weak
analysis of the case
through the design of
the matrix and
stakeholder register.
goals that are relevant to
the project.
Grammar &
Clarity
(15%)
All work grammatically
correct with no
misspellings or
grammatical mistakes.
Expresses ideas and
opinions clearly and
concisely in a manner
appropriate to the
assignment.
All work grammatically
correct with rare
misspellings.
Minimal errors in
spelling, grammar,
sentence structure
and/or other writing
conventions but the
reader is able to
understand what the
writer meant.
Frequent errors in
spelling, grammar,
sentence structure,
and/or other writing
conventions that distract
the reader.
Writing contains
numerous errors in
spelling, grammar,
sentence structure, etc.
that interfere with
comprehension. The
reader is unable to
understand some of the
intended meaning.

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