After most scholarship programs end, the scholarship management committee typically will get together to review how the round of the program went. This post-mortem meeting is often the start of the next program, where the lessons learned are incorporated to make changes. Below we’re sharing how to conduct a post mortem, things to consider, a sample agenda for the meeting and more. By the time you finish reading, you should have some good ideas for how to use the last program to make the next one even better.
In business, evaluating project success consists of looking at several factors:
Your scholarship management evaluation meeting could look like this:
While every scholarship management evaluation meeting agenda may look slightly different, hopefully this sample agenda has given you some ideas for what to include in your own meeting.
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1. What are the things to consider while evaluating the project’s success in terms of scholarship management?
In terms of scholarship management, the things to consider while evaluating the project’s success are the project scope, schedule, quality assurance, budget, and customer satisfaction.
2. What should be the agenda for our scholarship management evaluation meeting?
The typical agenda for your scholarship management evaluation meeting would include:
3. What timelines should I consider including while sharing dates for the next round of my scholarship program?
You would want to share the dates for the next round of the scholarship program by including timelines for: