Developing SMART Objectives for IT Probably the best way to develop well-written objectives is to use the SMART approach. Developing specific, measurable objectives requires time, orderly thinking, and a clear picture of the Results expected from activities. The more specific your objectives are, the easier it will be to demonstrate success. S.M.A.R.T. Specific Measurable Attainable/Achievable Relevant Time bound   Specific: What exactly are we going to do for whom? The “specific” part of an objective tells us what will change for whom in concrete terms. It identifies the setting and specific actions required to achieve the object

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