A present step in the progressive achievement of a future purpose, like a battle is a goal in the achievement of a war
describes the key steps to achieve each Need.
One of the three major domains in which communities can act to achieve the Outcome Family economic supports [contribute to family economic success
A task that is set forth for the purpose of completing or reaching a desired state.
A desired outcome associated with some specific object of desire or some future behavioral intention. go to glossary index
The desired end result and gives greater specificity to a vision.
A statement outlining the long-term results, accomplishments or objectives an organization seeks to attain.
1) a perceived need (i.e., informal requirement) of the customer or user that is informally documented in the application vision statement. A goal drives the analysis and formal specification of requirements (i.e., operational, quality, and design constraints) that are documented in requirements specifications. See also application vision statement, business goal, operational goal, and quality goal. 2) a top-level purpose that is decomposed into one or more detailed objectives. Note that goals should be attainable, cohesive, measurable, and realistic.
A clearly defined, constructive statement of desired direction or activity in broad, general terms.
A statement of broad direction, purpose or intent based on the needs of the community. A goal is general and timeless; that is, it is not concerned with a specific achievement in a given time period.
A written statement describing the direction that indicates success or improvement in organizational performance. See also Values.
A goal is a purpose toward which an endeavor is directed; a desired end or achievement.
the long-term ideal or end product that is desired.
A statement of a long-term, ideal outcome or desired end that is phrased as a "perfect world statement" and refers to an entire population. A goal should be stated in a measurable form and allow the collaborative to determine the extent to which it is being met. Goals do not state processes, activities or work (such as "provide parenting" or "enroll children in day care") to accomplish an end. The goal is the desired end.
A broad statement describing a desired future condition or achievement without being specific about how much and when.
a specific objective to be achieved by a specified point in time; emphasis on the physical or behavioural dimension of purpose, contrasted with mission, role and vision
What a person is trying to accomplish. [10
Something a person or organization plans to achieve in the future; an aim or desired result. Financial planners often classify goals according to the time it would take individuals to save the money needed to attain them: Short-term goals: Goals that might be attained within two months. Medium-term goals: Goals that might be attained in two months to one year. Long-term goals: Goals that require three years or more to attain. View LEI Lesson(s) that address this term
the state of affairs that a plan is intended to achieve and that (when achieved) terminates behavior intended to achieve it; "the ends justify the means"
a broad and high-level statement of general purpose to guide planning around an issue
a broad based statement of purpose for the partnership
a broad, general statement about what the program is designed to accomplish
a broad statement example I will have the busiest bar in Sydney
a broad statement of anticipated accomplishment
a broad statement of what you aim to accomplish
a clear, concise statement of the project
a clear statement about your future business plans
a clear statement of the future situation you would like to come about
a common run time infrastructure across broad DoD
a condition or state of affairs in the world that the stakeholders would like to achieve
a conscious cognitive representation of the desired future result of activity
a descriptive statement which defines an ideal future state of being
a desirable future condition which can achieve the vision in a regional development strategy
a desired end toward which you direct specific effort
a desired future state, an refinement of the mission statement
a desired system or subsystem behavior (e
a desire made specific and with a deadline
a desire, wish or need achievable by actions you can take
a dream, but with a plan to motivate you and help take you there
a dream taken seriously" -- Henry David Thoreau I am not responsible nor is anyone else
a dream that has an ending"
a Dream with a date, but a Dream without a plan to achieve it is a hallucination
a DREAM with a DEADLINE" by Leo B
a dream with a deadline -C
a Dream with a Deadline Daniel Himelstein The California-Mexico Connection Dorit S
a dream with a deadline Every adversity carries with it the seed of an equal or greater benefit
a Dream with a Deadline Extraordinary Wisdom for Entrepreneurs, Managers, and Other Smart People
a dream with a deadline," he said
a dream with a finish line
a dream with an achieve-by date
a future expectation, a desired accomplishment providing a standard of performance, justification for action taken and providing guidelines for decision-making
a general statement of desired ultimate results
a general statement of what should be done to solve a problem
a general statement of what the project hopes to accomplish
a general statement of what you hope the program will achieve
a general statement that points direction to the future
a general statement that points toward the future
a global statement of the desired outcome of the rotation on the student
a guideline for what you would like to achieve in a certain area of your life
a high level statement of the outcome to be achieved by effective implementation of a group of practices
a longer-term result, which is usually not achievable over the life of a CS's program
a long-range statement of intent derived from the philosophy, whose purpose is to provide guidelines for action
a measurable statement that describes what a child is reasonably expected to accomplish from the specialized educational program during the school year
a milestone the organization aims to achieve that evolves from the strategic priority vision statement
a Must so is Concentration Concentration is the magic key that opens the door to accomplishment
an achievement you want to accomplish
an attainable want or need that you must achieve before moving on to the next level in life
an end result and should be written in broad and general terms
an end state that the organization wants to achieve
an intended desire that one plans to reach
an intention that a stakeholder has for a development project (or more widely for a business, or indeed for a lifetime), e
a nothing more than a dream with a time limit
an outcome one strives to
a plan of action by an individual or a team, to achieve a result
a set of states of the world that an agent is committed to achieve/maintain
a simple and clear statement about the accomplishments to be achieved
a single aspect of a process area whose achievement can be objectively determined
a specific outcome that is desired
a specific statement of what is needed to achieve a vision
a specific, well-defined result that an employee, department, division, or company wants to achieve
a statement about where the project is headed
a statement describing a broad or abstract intent, state,or condition
a statement of a desirable state of affairs, generally stated in fairly broad terms
a statement of a future state or a broad target that the enterprise desires to achieve
a statement of faith about the future
a statement of intention to achieve a specified result compatible with the mission of the department
a statement of preferred preservation activities, which is generally stated in terms of property types
a statement of something you want to accomplish in the long term
a statement of the importance of achieving a desired target regarding some behavior, datum, characteristic, interface, or constraint
a statement of the motivating force driving a user or an organization to complete a task
a statement of the new condition that you are trying to create
a statement of your long-term intentions
a statement that clearly describes actions to be taken or tasks to be accomplished by a company, a department or an individual
a statement that is specific to what you intend to accomplish and when
a strategic objective designed to provide a target for corporate achievement through the attainment of several enabling objectives
a symbolic structure (not necessarily of physical nature) which describes a condition, which is to be achieved, received or to be prevented
a symbolic structure that defines a state of affairs to be achieved and determines a set of possible methods by which it may be accomplished
a tangible desire with an end result, but your divine purpose is really a way of living
a target achievable in measurable attainable steps
a thing that you want to achieve
a very general thing that is desired
a very specific statement which describes what you will be able to do at the end of your study
a website page which a visitor reaches once he/she has made a purchase or completed another desired action, such as a registration or download
a written expression of intent to accomplish a specific, personally meaningful objective within a predetermined time-frame
a written statement describing a defined action
a written statement that clearly describes certain actions or tasks with a measurable end result
General broad statements of expectations of the instruction. Often these are "objectives" which do not have specific elements describing how to measure them. For example: The student will be able to diagram a sentence. This provides a vision or direction, but it does not include any element of evaluation (Bloom, Hastings, and Madaus).
A statement that describes, usually in general terms, a desired future condition. Goals are often about long-term expectations rather than short-term concerns.
The desired state or condition that a resource management policy or program is designed to achieve. Broader and less specific than objectives, goals are usually not measurable and may not have specific dates by which they must be reached. Objectives are developed by first understanding one's goals.
A broad, general statement describing what the organization aims to accomplish.
A result to be achieved, independent of how it is achieved
An end result previously identified as desirous to achieve. It is likely that a goal will have been broken down into activities and that once achieved there will be evidence of its completion.~ more information: Professional Development Plan [none] [none] [none] [none
an overarching statement of desired condition at some time in the future.
A general statement of what will be accomplished in the long-term (the 3 to 5 years covered by the plan).
The overall improvement the program will strive to create.
The desired outcome. A final point marking the desired end or the object desired. (Same as ' aim'.) From Field and Keller, Project Management A general characteristic which the system should exhibit eg 'user-friendly'. (cf Requirement which is testable) From Sommerville, Software Engineering
A general statement of desired result to be achieved over a specified period of time. The term goal is roughly equivalent to strategic outcome.
As used in national environment protection measures, a goal is the desired outcome, for example: protection of human health; preservation of ecosystems; or restoration of water quality to support aquaculture. The term 'goal' carries the implication of the outcome to be achieved. It may be something desirable in the future and not immediately attainable. It should, however, represent the aspiration of the Australian people for environmental quality.
A long-term target that states what the organization wants to accomplish.
The higher-order programme or sector objective to which a development intervention, such as a project, is intended to contribute. Thus it is a statement of intent.
A broad statement generally describing a desired outcome for an agency and/or its programs. Example: the Department of Transportation will help insure the safe transportation of the motoring public.
A broad statement of what the program is intended to accomplish. This is also the intended long-term outcome of the program.
A broad, high-level statement of a desired outcome, in general terms, to be achieved over an unspecified period of time. A goal should reflect an organization's “Mission”.
The desired end result, which can be defined as a specific measurable accomplishment to be achieved within a specified time and cost constraint. A Goal is typically shorter-term than a Vision, and is often en-route to the achievement of a Vision, but is worthwhile in itself whether or not the Vision is achieved.
The major conditions (Good health, Supportive social and cognitive environments, Safe strong neighborhoods) that are preconditions to the outcome Good health ( contributes to school readiness )
The overall, broad purpose(s) of your project including what problem or issue will be addressed.
a broad statement of desired achievement or results.
A general statement of a program's purpose.
An educational goal states the broad target of an educational effort. Goals are typically not measurable, but offer a general focus for an activity or set of experiences.
A broad, general statement for closing the gap area, complete with timeframe. Goals are the achievement or milestones you reach as you make your way to your ultimate vision.
The condition or state that one is striving to achieve. Usually long-term and may be beyond what might reasonably be expected to be achieved.
A statement of the overarching intention your project hopes to achieve.
descriptive, open-ended, and often broad statement of desired future conditions that conveys a purpose but does not define measurable units.
A statement of the overall mission or purpose(s) of the program (e.g., â€œTo decrease tobacco-related health problems by 10% over the next five years amongst beneficiaries of the Military Healthcare Systemâ€).
is an intended target or desired result.
a desired outcome; something one wishes to achieve or accomplish
The three key elements of a goal are: A specific accomplishment to be achieved A measurable outcome A specific date and time to accomplish the goal Therefore, a goal is a specific, measurable accomplishment to be achieved within a specific time frame.
The result or achievement toward which effort is directed. For purposes of the ZIMS Project, a qualitative statement of direction regarding a benefit to a stakeholder as a result of developing the system.
A goal is a statement of what is to be achieved at some point in the future. Strategic goals establish the overall direction of an organization. They focus more on an end-state than specific accomplishments (see Objective).
A high level strategic statement.
Another word often used for outcome.
The goal is a statement of the expected results. It can include a description of what is to be accomplished, measurable targets or results, and the time frame for the results.
An action-oriented statement which specifies desired outcomes; an object or end that one strives to attain
An objective to be achieved within a specific period of time.
A specific time achievement a swimmer sets and strives to reach. Can be short- or long-term.
something towards which an effort is directed; a broadly defined objective or a mission statement that is a preamble to a set of objectives; a statement of motivational elements. The term goals and objectives defines an enumeration of objectives under a list of goals covered by a mission statement. definition of goal defined definition of goals and objectives defined definition of a business goal defined
Something one wishes to accomplish. Broader, more time less than an objective. Expressed as a desired and target ed happening. [D00764] TML 218 specific result or purpose that is determined for a project. [D00763] MSP98 A one sentence definition of specific ally what will be accomplished, while incorporating an event signifying completion. [D00765] WST
goals provide general purpose and direction. They are the end result of ultimate accomplishment toward which an effort is directed. They generally should reflect perceived present and future need. They must be capable of being effectively pursued.
a broad statement of general purpose to guide planning, focused on the end result of the work
a broad statement of a desired outcome. Goals are usually not quantifiable and may not have established time frames for achievement.
A statement defining a desired end result; quantitative statements translated into measurable tasks. See also Mission and Objective.
Broad statement of the ultimate aims of a program, generally beyond the ability of one organization to achieve on its own.
A statement of achievement, accomplishment or attainment that one proposes to reach over time.
The most desirable situation or condition one wishes to create with the funds or technical assistance of the project.
An umbrella statement that gives direction to a grant project or strategic plan.
A desired future condition:Â·Â Â Â Â Â Â statement of intentÂ·Â Â Â Â Â Â broader in focus than an objectiveÂ·Â Â Â Â Â Â specific enough to indicate direction and thrustÂ·Â Â Â Â Â Â quantitative or qualitative.
something people try to achieve. Short -term goals like learning to read and getting good grades help achieve long - term goals like going to college and getting a job.
a statement of intent or an end that a person or a group strives to attain. A goal tends to be more general than an objective. See Desired Outcomes, Instructional Goal, Objectives, Performance Goal.
a specific skill or time a swimmer sets and strives to accomplish. Can be short or long term.
Broad statements describing desired outcomes, but more specific than an agency's mission. Goals support the mission and identify specific themes or opportunities for an organization to accomplish in order to achieve its mission. Goals translate the mission of the organization into performance and create the organization's identity.
A specific skill or time achievement a swimmer sets and strives for. Can be short or long term.
Broad statement of educational outcomes.
See "project goal statement".
statement of intent to achieve a desired result which specifies societal benefits
One or more general statement(s) identifying a long-term purpose, usually as a result of the accomplishment of several objectives.
A specific time or skill achievement a swimmer sets and strives for.
The end result of where your efforts have been directed. It is something that is highly desired, with a belief that it is possible, and an expectation that it will happen.
A broad statement of purpose for a course of instruction that does not specify how learning will be accomplished
desired future result(s). Goals in combination with an organization's mandate define its activities and work (roles).
A specific intended result of a strategy; used interchangeably with objective. See also Outcome Goal, Output Goal, Performance Goal, Strategic Goal. [Note: the term "goal" is used in a wide variety of ways in planning; e.g. as a strategic result or outcome; an objective, a measure, a target, etc.
A desired place toward which people are working; a state of affairs that people value.
Measurable results you wish to accomplish at a projected point in time.
A goal is a state of affairs or a state of a concrete activity domain which a person or a system is going/tends to achieve or obtain.