Input for your roadmap

To make a good improvement plan (roadmap), against which progress can be evaluated, it has to provide the following as a minimum:

    • A description of agreed actions against each of the benchmarks seen as relevant.
    • Prioritisation of these actions in terms of importance and/or order of implementation.
    • An indication of timescales for action against each.

Use the feedback, based on the E-xcellence manual, as input for writing your roadmap. Feedback on benchmarks:

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