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The chapter discussed the conceptual integrated monitoring and evaluation model for construction project delivery. Five exogenous variables constituting the IME model are stakeholder involvement, budgetary allocation, technical capacity and training, and M&E communication and M&E leadership. The study relied on both the theory of change and the programme theory to justify the philosophy behind the conceptual model developed for the study. The book posits that M&E are effective to bring about the desired change in the project when the relevant stakeholders are involved, sufficient budget is allocated, the technical capacities

Conceptual IME model for construction 81 of organization staffs are developed and effective communication and effective leadership systems are provided in the monitoring and evaluation process. The next chapter discusses the gaps identified in the literature of construction M&.E practice and that need to be evaluated to develop a holistic integrated M&.E model.


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