"Review and analysis" is a term used to describe the process of evaluating
how effectively an organization is accomplishing its mission and achieving
its goals and objectives. In order to perform a review and analysis, it is
necessary to identify, collect, summarize, and evaluate data which focuses
on the efficient and effective use of the resources required and used to
achieve the goals and objectives.
The evaluation method used to perform a review and analysis is known as
Deviation analysis compares the actual data of an
activity with what was programmed for that activity.
Any difference in
these two types of data is explained as a deviation.
Deviations are usually expressed in two ways:
Amount (dollar or volume) deviations.
These two terms are explained as follows:
Amount deviations are simply how much different the actual amounts are
from the programmed (budgeted or projected) amounts, in terms of
either dollars or volume.
Percent deviations show how far off the actual amounts are in relation
to the programmed amounts, in terms of a percentage (%).
You can prepare the review and analysis using charts and tables when
appropriate. More importantly, follow the local command guidance to ensure
you are providing the information your commander requires.
This concludes the discussions on developing a battalion religious program.
We discussed your responsibilities as well as the commander's in providing
comprehensive religious support to all soldiers. We also discussed the four
phases, (diagnosis/assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation), of
We will now cover how you prepare and conduct a
military briefing in order to present information to your commander.
PART C - IDENTIFY HOW TO CONDUCT A
Purpose and Types of Briefings.
Briefings are a means of presenting information to commanders, staffs, or
other designated audiences. The techniques employed are determined by the
purpose of the briefing, the desired response, and the role of the briefer.