Tracking system to ensure measures are in place to identify and communicate performance achievements and plans. Based on existing frameworks such as the Balanced Scorecard, as well as on client-specific frameworks. Data is processed using Compass Pilot system.
Continuous research which regularly measures the change in some indicators. Similar to tracking.
A process of checking a programme regularly to find out how far it is implementing according to plan.
The process of regularly checking the status of the program, by observing whether planned activities have been conducted and completed and whether they are generating the desired change.
regularly checking (other than by biological monitoring) the personâ€™s risk from or level of exposure to a hazardous substance; and the effectiveness of hazardous substance control measures at the workplace.
Distinguished from review, a process whereby the quality of provision is monitored, normally at the level of the course and/or programme, normally by the provider i.e. teacher or teaching team and possibly by a departmental body, normally regularly (e.g. annually). See also annual course monitoring.
Continuous research which regularly monitors the change in some measure. Much the same as tracking. See also audience response.
is concerned with checking how the organisation is tracking against its plan.
Tracking water efficiency programs: By developing comprehensive monitoring systems, many potential supply-side and demand-side savings opportunities can be identified, implemented, and verified.
the process of tracking the implementation of land use plan decisions.
keeping track of.
Steps or processes for continual tracking of current performance in relation to a plan--e.g., schedules and budgets, number of services provided, number of participating institutions or people--and for identification of any corrective steps necessary to improve performance