3. Showing if high-level outcomes are getting better

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Academic references to outcomes theory: Duignan (2009d)*


Measuring them is really important.

But, it will not always be possible to measure all of them.

High-level outcomes are what the program is striving to achieve.

And just measuring a high-level, not-necessarily controllable indicator does not prove that you've changed it.


How not-necessarily controllable indicators look when they're mapped onto an outcomes model

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