Internal Evaluations and reporting

An internal evaluation is an internal review process that may be undertaken by an individual or team external to the unit under review. Or the internal team may be reviewing itself (not quite the same as a self-assessment) with the aid of external experts who participate in the internal review process

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Company’s Futuristic plans - Business Plan and Goals

It may be that an internal evaluation, undertaken by an individual or a team external to the internal group or program being reviewed, requires a self-evaluation as a contributing document to the review process. Internal evaluation is an integral part of a company’s futuristic planning and implementation practices. Internal evaluations vary greatly in scope, depth, and focus depending on the purpose and the context.

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Strategy & Vision

An evaluation may be strategic, linked to vision, values, goals, and targets, or it may be a business-as-usual review of, for example, policy or procedures. It could also be a response to an unforeseen (emergent) event or issue. In a Market Research industry, internal evaluation is required constantly in the quality of the information provided to the client. For example, how consistent, complete, and exact the data are when delivered to the client.

Factors Involved - Factors

Usually, a set of questions are designed for every project to analyze and create statistics for internal evaluation. This would come handy to have an idea of the overall services provided to the client over a period of time. Also, internal evaluation involves:

·Asking good questions

·Gathering fit-for-purpose data and information

·Making sense of that information

·Prioritizing actions for improvement

·Monitoring and evaluating the impact of specific improvement actions.