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Pre-Conference Workshops

We will conduct following workshops before commencement of the conference:

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1 DAY HANDS ON WORKSHOP ON PLS SEM USING SMARTPLS

Basic concepts of Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) Measurement Model: Formative and Reflective Indicators reliability Internal consistency reliability Convergent validity Discriminant validity Structural Model Testing hypothese

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Free Accordion Module

Series 3: Project Management (PM)

Course Title

Logical Framework Analysis

Course Code

PM3.7

Duration

3 days

Course overview

The Logical Framework Approach (LFA) is a method of strategic planning – widely used in the developed sector. It does not only helps in designing most effective development interventions – aligned with the need, but also provides framework for M&E and identifies risks associated with different stages of the development intervention. Understanding about LFA is the requirement of everyone associated with the development sector.

Objectives

The training will guide the voyage of learning through exploring following questions:

·         What is LFA?

·         Who should be involved in developing logical framework matrix?

·         How to develop logframe matrix?

·         How to use logframe matrix?

Target Groups

Consultants, project designers, evaluators, project management professionals and PMO staff

Target Sectors

DS, PB

Methodology

It is a hand-on training course. The participants will be guided step by step how to develop and use logframe matrix. Case studies will aid the training participants to have experiential learning.

Lecture

Exercises

Case study

Discussion

Software

 

Workshop Outline

Major themes covered by training will include:

·         Introduction to LFA

·         Analysis of the project’s Context

·         Stakeholder Analysis

·         Problem Analysis/Situation analysis

·         Objectives Analysis

·         Plan of Activities

·         Resource Planning

·         Indicators/Measurements of Objectives

·         Risk Analysis and Risk Management

·         Analysis of the Assumptions Sampling design

·         Assembling the Matrix

·         Using LFA

·         ActionPlan

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