The G.O.P.P. (Goal-Oriented Project Planning) is a tool for project management in which interactive workshops involving all stakeholders in a project, together with an external moderator, are held at different points in the project lifecycle.
The G.O.P.P. is part of Project Cycle Management, in particular the project planning phase, but provides useful reference points throughout the implementation of the project and during its evaluation.
The G.O.P.P. method can be freely used: it is not copyrighted or patented. It has been used in a wide variety of situations since the 1980s and has proved to be robust and effective in helping groups defining clear objectives and designing related action plans.
Over the years, the G.O.P.P. has proven to be particularly useful in difficult contexts, where project planning must take into account variables that are difficult to control. For this reason, this methodology is particularly suitable for projects that have a strong contribution in terms of human resources (more than material resources). It is therefore particularly suitable for projects in the social field, in which the human element and the complexity of the contexts require specific competences and dedicated tools.
To be implemented and completed, the G.O.P.P. foresees a 5-days workshop. The training organized by EPR, lasting a total of 6 hours, will provide an overview of the different G.O.P.P. tools but will focus mainly on those deemed most useful for service providers.
In particular, the workshop will focus on the context analysis: defining the problems, understanding the logical chain behind them, structuring the Problem Tree.
The training is designed for all professionals who are involved in the planning, writing, evaluation of projects.
This workshop is free for EPR members
For non-members, fees are as follows:
Organisations in: France, Netherlands, Spain, Germany, Belgium, Denmark, Italy, UK, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Malta, Ireland, Austria, Czechia, Slovenia, Estonia, Iceland: 90€
Organisations in: Portugal, Poland, Hungary, Latvia, Romania, Slovakia, Croatia, Greece: 75€
Organisations in: including BG, TR, RS, ME, RS, MIK, AL, BA (and other countries with a GDP which is below 60% of EU average): 60€