The most common way to set good objectives is via the SMART method. SMART stands for:
S = Specific
M = Measurable
A = Acceptable
R = Realistic
T = Time dependent
To make a goal specific, we ask the W questions
What do we want to achieve? Who is involved? Where will it happen? When does it happen? Why do we want to achieve it?
The A also stands for Action Oriented. Questions are: Is it feasible for yourself? Is there sufficient support to reach the goal? Is it action-oriented and leading to results? NOTE: it is not about the actions themselves but about the result!
If the goal is achievable, does it provide a sufficient challenge. A goal should not be too easy but also not too difficult. Questions are:
Is the goal feasible for me and /or others? Is the effort not too high or too low? Is the effort related to the result?
A good objective has at least one date. Often multiple data are mentioned such as start, end, and intermediate data.
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