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Be Smart, Work S.M.A.R.T.

Having whole stages implemented in a nice way does not mean to finish the project in a qualitative way. There is an approach to measure steps, periods, objectives and consequences of the project, and here SMART goals come first to the mind. SMART is an acronym for Specific, Measurable, Agreed upon, Realistic, and Time. It is mostly used to increase the chances of being effective at the project. Besides, it is always implemented after the project scope has been defined.

Let’s think of a final exam of the Project Management Course. It is similar to studying hard and getting an A from the final exam. You are studying to your midterms, have good graded quizzes and homework, and have all those realistic results that convince you that you can actually get an A at the end. In order to come to that successful outcome, you take specific steps that will guide you to the result. For instance, you take notes; specifically, do whatever is needed to improve your current action, which we can compare it to specific part of SMART. Here it comes as S. Subsequently, you take some measurements; perhaps, give up on your social life to prevent future difficulties, such as procrastinating before exams. That is M of the SMART. Afterwards, you make sure that your professor is aware of your responsibility and you are a good listener at the class to make sure that you are at the same page. That is an “A” of the SMART, which you are dreaming of. J Everything should be done on time, if not, you can lose points on midterm and easily lose the chance of getting A and it would be realistic to dream an “A” after all. Now, let’s talk about SMART goals in a detailed way.

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