A Prototype for project selection: a case of Uwezo fund in Kenya
Karanja, Anthony Ng’ang’a
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Selection of the right project is very crucial in any institution as it enables it to select high priority projects aligned with their strategies. Stakeholders evaluate each project idea and select projects of the highest priority. Despites overwhelming evidence of project selection techniques superiority in selecting projects that yield higher success results, many organization do not apply them to select projects. Poor project selection reduces the benefits and outcomes derived from projects. The was study aimed at developing a project selection prototype that would help select high priority projects at Uwezo fund for funding. The selection criterion used for selecting projects are based on the project requirements. The research is a form of applied research and utilized quantitative research design. The sample size was computed through convenience non-probability sampling. The prototype was developed using Rapid Application Development (RAD) Methodology as it is designed to take advantage of powerful development software’s like CASE tools and prototyping and enable speedy prototype development. The prototype developed provided a more effective and efficient way of selecting projects for funding that had high priority and success probability.
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