SMART criteria


SMART criteria (specific, measurable, aggressive and attainable, result oriented, time bound). SMART Criteria can be described as follows:
1. Specifically, the target should describe the desired specific outcomes, provide clear directions and benchmarks so that they can be the basis for formulating specific strategies and activities.
2. Measurable, goals must be measurable and can be used to ascertain what will be achieved and when.
3. Aggressive but Attainable, challenging goals but should not contain inappropriate targets.
4. Result Oriented, the goal should be oriented to the results to be achieved.
5. Time Bound, the target must be achieved in a relatively short time, usually less than a year.
5. Determination of Accountability and Implementation of the Plan
a. Accountability is the obligation of an official or an organization to answer and explain its performance and or actions to those parties who have the right to request answers and explanations for their performance or actions. Performance measurement is a tool for management to improve the way decision-making and accountability so it requires the formulation of mission, goals and objectives are clear.
b. Implementation of action plans to implement work programs that have been prepared in accordance with the number of activities to be implemented by the organizational unit in order to achieve organizational goals. This work plan is usually implemented for a period of one year.
6. Reviewing and Feedback
a. Monitoring aims to determine the extent of program implementation. Whether it has been in accordance with the goals and objectives that have been established or there are irregularities in the implementation. This monitoring is conducted during the work program activities for evaluation
b. Feedback is the delivery of inputs based on information or reports on the adjustment of the execution plan for the past which is not in accordance with the standard that has been determined

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