From the Publisher
Dealing with abstract goals is a regular part of our jobs as education and training professionals. Goal Analysis will help you describe the meaning of abstract goals so that you can decide how to go about pursuing them and, more importantly, so you'll know when you have successfully achieved them.
From the Author
If your goals are important to you, then it's essential that you do more than just talk about them in "fuzzy" terms. This is just as true for organizational and community goals as it is for personal and family goals. The goal analysis procedure described in this book will help you determine the important dimensions or components of the goals you are trying to achieve. This in turn will help you make good decisions about how to accomplish your goals and how to keep track of your progress toward goal accomplishment. It's a procedure that anyone will find useful, from techies to homemakers, from students to managers.
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