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Evaluation of Scenario-based research planning New Zealand - Oceania - Jamaica: Carribean.
Evaluation of "small world" - showcase method
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In-puts and out-puts: indicate the in-puts needed to carry out the method and the out-puts of the process.
Cost: indicate the average cost of implementation of the method (economic [€] and human resources [man-hour]).
Time requirements: indicate the average time required to execute the method until the results are obtained. Specify preparation time, implementation time and recompilation/analysis time of the information gathered if suitable.
End-User involvement: indicate if user involved in the study, and in which phase (definition of the scenarios, analysis, etc.).
How the end-user is involved: indicate how the end-user is involved in study (interviews, questionnaires, workshops, etc.).
Other requirements: indicate other specific requirements (if needed) that go beyond necessary economic or human resources, to carry out the method.
Best practices applicable to FOCUS: best practices that can be implemented and used within the FOCUS methodology.
Inconveniences of its application to FOCUS: inconveniences that make the method not suitable to FOCUS.
Implementation phase: indicate to what “possible phase” corresponding to the future FOCUS methodology could it be applied (definition, execution or analysis of scenarios, definition of EU roles, identification of technologies, definition of roadmaps, etc.)
Complexity: indicate the level of difficulty of use of the method and its implementation in relation with FOCUS work plan (there is a 4 month time frame for each thematic scenario development).
Required adaptations: indicate “possible” required adaptations of the methodology in order to be applied to FOCUS.
IT support: indicate if the method is supported by any IT tool, or if it feasible to be supported or not by an IT implemented process.
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