THE CERM PROJECT
An integral part of project management is goal setting. In order to successfully complete objectives, project managers set SMART goals for team members to accomplish.
A SMART goal is one that is detailed, clearly defined, and understandable. It should allow project members to track their progress upon completion of the goal. When setting SMART goals, it is important for the project manager to ensure that each goal is comprised of tasks that are achievable and practical. Finally, all SMART goals should have a deadline, or a time period in which they must be done.
Using these tips can help you set SMART goals for your project! For more project management tips, check out our previous posts on Logical Frameworks and Road Maps.
The CERM Project is a collaboration between academic institutions, The University of the West Indies (UWI) and The University of Trinidad & Tobago (UTT), and Government Energy Institutions - the Ministry of Energy and Energy Industries (MEEI), Heritage Petroleum Company Ltd and the National Gas Company (NGC) to reduce carbon dioxide emissions in the energy sector