Professional Development Questions 25
  • Professional Development Questions 25



    P.551. Explain what it means to Use Information Effectively and Efficiently?


    C.551. Although it is important to produce and develop, classify and store, transfer and share knowledge, knowledge is beneficial only to the extent that it is used and evaluated. If what is learned will not be used when needed, it will not be beneficial to learn this information.


    S.552. What aspects should be considered in order for a knowledge to be used in life?



    • 1- Learn where and how the information will be used.
    • 2-You should know the environment in which an information will use very well and make arrangements about it.
    • 3-Using information in daily life should become a correct habit.
    • 4-It is necessary to make a knowledge permanent by doing and applying it.
    • 5-A person who does not know what to use, how much, when, by which method, and for whom, cannot get the desired result.


    P.553. What does it mean to use information according to need, explain?


    C.553. Using information as needed; It means knowing what you want, how to find it and how to use it. Knowing where and when information is needed and identifying, finding, evaluating and effectively using that information to solve the problem at hand.


    Q.554. What does it mean to use the information appropriately, correctly and appropriately, please explain?


    C.554. Information that is not used in place, on time and correctly is useless. The important thing is to put the learned knowledge into practice. For example, if a doctor who does not eat healthy continues to eat healthy despite knowing the harms caused by this situation, this situation is not caused by the doctor's lack of knowledge on this issue. The issue here is not the doctor's ignorance, but his inability to put his knowledge into practice. If the knowledge cannot be put into practice, the knowledge loses its value to a great extent. When the knowledge is not used, it does not make any sense. It is also very important that you answer the following questions about knowledge. What is information good for? What information is useful? When and where will I use the information, what will this information do? What information is used where?


    p.555. What does Transferring Knowledge mean, explain?


    C.555. Unlike other production resources, knowledge is a resource that increases in value as it is shared and transferred. In knowledge transfer, the knowledge of the other person increases without decreasing the knowledge of the person who transmits the information. In fact, since this effect is mutual most of the time, the transfer process increases the knowledge of both parties. knowledge transfer is called. Information and communication technology applications are a very important tool in both explicit and implicit knowledge transfer. These technologies not only facilitate the classification, storage and organization of information, but also increase the possibilities of access to information and provide significant convenience in the transfer of information.


    Q.556. What does Generating New Knowledge mean, explain?


    C.556. The main source in the production of new knowledge is the previous knowledge, that is, knowledge (previous knowledge) constitutes the most important input (source) of knowledge production. The process that starts with the production of knowledge, which is an intellectual product; It continues with the transformation of knowledge into products, processes, systems and services. It continues with the production of intellectual products, knowledge and its transformation into economic and social benefit in the next stage, and its reduction to concrete under the name of technology.


    P.557. What does Continuously Updating Information mean?


    C.557. Using and updating information is as important as collecting information. It is very easy to update information nowadays. About the developing world and emerging sciences etc. We can collect information from the Internet, so that we can easily update our knowledge. While updating our information, we can benefit from libraries and books other than the internet.


    P.558. What does Presenting Information mean?


    C.558. Oral or visual communication, which is carried out to give information about any subject, to any group or community, is called "presentation". In fact, all events, ceremonies or meetings are included in the presentation. In that case, conferences, symposiums, celebrations on religious and official holidays, etc. Presentation is the transfer of a pre-prepared and planned subject to the audience in an effective and understandable way.


    P.559. What is the Project, please explain?


    C.559. Project; It is a type of business where specified tasks are performed once (temporarily) for a specified purpose, at a specified time interval, using specified resources. Projects need resources to achieve results. Often the implementation of the project is based on a detailed plan. These plans are made taking into account external factors and limitations. Planning, execution, and project control are the primary goals of project management. For some projects, it may be necessary to set up an organization consisting of a project group and a working group on a temporary basis. The project may be for a new business, to improve existing business, or for a specific purpose. Sometimes TUBITAK, KOSGEB, Development Agencies etc. for a new job. Projects can be prepared for


    P.560. What is Project Planning, please explain?


    C.560. A detailed plan covering all aspects of the project is the basis for project implementation. The perfection and inadequacy of planning directly affect project success and failure. Planning does not end with the start of the execution process because it is a dynamic and continuous process that relates changing goals and performance to results. Deviations that may occur during implementation may require replanning and updating. For this reason, the project planning should be reviewed from time to time during the execution of the project, the necessary changes should be made and updated according to the needs.


    S.561. What possibilities are realized through good planning?



    • 1-Clear ideas about the whole project can be obtained.
    • 2- It is known when and how resources should be spent.
    • 3- There is a possibility of interdependence of works, bottlenecks and finding solutions.
    • 4- There is an opportunity to compare and correct between what is planned and what is realized.


    S.562. What issues are considered in determining the project purpose and objectives, the expected result from the project, and the target audience of the project?



    • Background of the project
    • Identified goals and objectives
    • Social understanding of the organization
    • Expected results in the short and long term
    • They will benefit from the project
    • Problems that the project will solve


    S.563. What topics should be included in the content of the project?



    • Theme and main topics to be covered
    • Methods chosen to achieve the purpose and objectives
    • Events to be held
    • Elements necessary to sustain the project


    S.564. The location(s) of the project and what topics should be on the timeline of events?



    • Locations of different events
    • Project duration
    • Project start and end dates
    • Calendar for each of the events
    • Summary of the project timeline


    Q.565. What are the resources of the project?



    • Human resources
    • financial resources
    • Infrastructure


    P.566. What are the cost / income sources of the project?



    • Total budget of the project
    • Detailed budget by activities and expense types
    • The proportion and form of the organization's own contribution
    • Potential supporters and sources of income


    p.567. How will the Implementing Organization and partners be promoted in the project?



    • Information about the implementing agency
    • Capacity and capability analysis
    • Indication of collaborating partners
    • Analysis of partners' capacities and capabilities


    p.568. What should be in the project team and management?



    • project coordinator
    • Project team communication methods
    • Communication strategy with external environment and related applications


    Q.569. How is the monitoring, evaluation and follow-up done in the project?



    • Success criteria for the project
    • Method and timing of monitoring and evaluation
    • Further plans and follow-up


    S.570. Regardless of what purpose it is prepared for, all projects consist of how many consecutive steps, each a separate process, and what are they?



    • 1-Initialization process
    • 2-Planning process
    • 3-Execution process
    • 4-Monitoring and control process
    • 5-Termination process


    Q.571. What is the initiation process in the project, please explain?


    C.571. The project process begins with the initiation process following the project decision. If the initiation does not occur, the project will not be implemented. The initiation process takes place when the project owners make the initiation decision. At the end of this process, either the project is thought to be worth realizing, the decision to start it is made and the other phase of the project is started, or it is decided that the project is far from meeting the expectations and the project is not started in order to prevent possible big losses, the process is stopped.


    P.572. What is the planning process in the project, please explain?


    C.572. The planning process is perhaps the most important part of the project process. As a result of this process, everyone involved in the project is told what to do and how. The documents produced in this phase of the project are used in the other processes of the project to carry out activities and to monitor the progress of the project.



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