8 edition of Outcome Mapping found in the catalog.
by IDRC Books
Written in English
|Contributions||Michael Quinn Patten (Foreword)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||140|
In this book, the author explains the steps of Outcome Harvesting and how to customize them according to the nine underlying principles. He shares his experience and gives practical advice on how to work with Outcome Harvesting and remain true to its essential features. CONTENTS Foreword. Preface. The Basics. Step 1– Design of an Outcome Harvest. Outcome Mapping The third technique provides a way to look at how individuals or the organization might respond to events beyond their control. In film and literature, heroes usually find - Selection from Stories that Move Mountains: Storytelling and Visual Design for Persuasive Presentations [Book].
Outcome mapping also examines whether the beneficiaries maintaining the system now have and use the knowledge and skills, tools, and other resources needed to keep it running in the long term, for instance, by monitoring contaminant levels, changing filters, or bringing in experts when needed. Impact Mapping is the helpful bridge product teams need to connect the two things executives and stakeholders care the most about: business impacts and feature ideas. In addition, Impact Mapping helps a team to make sense of the ongoing stream of insights and evidence they collect.
Get this from a library! Outcome mapping: building learning and reflection into development programs. [Sarah Earl; F Carden; Michael Quinn Patton; Terry Smutylo; International Development Research Centre (Canada)] -- "More and more, development organizations are under pressure to demonstrate that their programs result in significant and lasting changes in the well-being of their intended. Concept mapping is a methodology for mapping ideas that integrates input from multiple sources with differing expertise or interest, creates maps with multivariate data analyses that depict the composite thinking of the group, and yields data that allows for comparisons across rating criteria, stakeholder groups, different points in time, etc.
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Outcome Mapping offers a methodology that can be used to create planning, monitoring, and evaluation mechanisms enabling organizations to document, learn from, and report on their achievements. It is designed to assist in understanding an organization’sFile Size: Outcome Mapping book.
Outcome mapping: Building learning and reflection into development programs: This book outlines a detailed step by step process for using outcome maps including a variety of worksheets and examples.
10 Years of Outcome Mapping: This webinar from the Outcome Mapping Learning Community (OMLC) presents the key findings from research conducted into. Outcome Mapping provides not only a guide to essential evaluation map-making, but also a guide to learning and increased effectiveness, and affirmation that being attentive along the journey is as important as, and critical to, arriving at a destination.
— Michael Quinn Patton. Outcome mapping (OM) is a methodology for planning and assessing development programming that is oriented towards change and social transformation. OM provides a set of tools to design and gather information on the outcomes, defined as behavioural changes, of the change process.
Outcome Mapping Methodology. Outcome mapping works best for bunches that add to others as opposed to making items and administrations. Associations outside the magnanimity area once in a while utilize this PM methodology.
Outcome Mapping (OM) is an approach to arranging, observing, and assessing social change activities. Outcome mapping provides a method for knowledge and learning programmes to plan for and assess the capacities that they are helping to build in people, groups and organisations.
Outcome mapping does not attempt to replace the more traditional forms of planning, monitoring and evaluation, which focus on changes in condition or in the state of. Outcome Mapping: Building Learning and Reflection Into Development Programs (Paperback)--by Sarah Earl [ Edition] ISBN: by Sarah Earl, Fred Carden, Terry Smutylo, Michael Quinn Patton | Jan 1, Outcome Harvesting can serve to track the changes in behaviour of social actors influenced by an intervention.
However, it is designed to go beyond this and support learning about those achievements. Thus, Outcome Harvesting is particularly useful for on-going developmental, mid-term formative, and end-of-term summative evaluations. Outcome Mapping Complexity & Aid 9 July London Simon Hearn (@) ODI, London The Problem Focus of Outcome Mapping The Limits of Influence The Problem with Impact OM and the log frame The Problem Focus of Outcome Mapping The Limits of Influence The Problem with Impact OM and the log frame Sphere of Control Sphere of Influence Sphere of Interest Inputs.
Source: A guide for project M&E: IFAD. M & E is sometimes like this. Outsiders turn up at a project and observe for a limited time, through their particular perspect\൩ve, with their preconceptions, and completely miss the reality of the situation.\爀屲This is fine for monitoring rigid processes 對like building a bridge or growing crops, or even sending a rocket to the mood, but File Size: 1MB.
For the past decade, the RAPID team at ODI has been working with a wide range of organisations in a wide range of contexts to understand how to foster sustainable policy change.
The result is ROMA – the RAPID Outcome Mapping Approach – which is the subject of this guide. Outcome mapping puts people and learning first and accepts unexpected change as a source of innovation.
It shifts the focus from changes in state, viz, reduced poverty, to changes in behaviors Author: Olivier Serrat. "Outcome Mapping" recognizes that development is essentially about people relating to each other and their environment. The originality of this approach lies in its shift away from assessing the products of a program to focus on changes in behaviour, relationships, actions, and activities in the people, groups, and organizations it works with 5/5(1).
Book of remembrance for Ricardo Wilson-Grau. Members of the OM Community. Summary: Ricardo Wilson-Grau, the innovator of Outcome Harvesting and a leader in this community for many years died on 31st December at his home in Rio de Janeiro.
He was a friend a mentor to many in this community, and even for those who never met him, his wise and frequent contributions to the online community. Outcome Mapping, and the two are often seen as complementary methodologies. Outcome harvesting is a monitoring and evaluation (M&E) methodology used to identify, describe, verify and analyse outcomes.
In the context of outcome harvesting, an outcome is defined as “a change in the behaviour,File Size: KB. Outcome mapping is focussed at the level of outcomes.
This is because the partner ownership is high enough to be able to see an effect, some observe changes and the programme influence is high enough to be able to say with some confidence. This book is about Outcome Mapping use in East Africa. The individuals and organizations behind this publication have been involved with Outcome Mapping, and Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) with other approaches in East Africa for many years.
They have trained others, supported M&E efforts, and have conducted M&E themselves. A summary of learning from the Outcome Mapping Learning Community is presented in the book Making Outcome Mapping Work: Evolving experiences from around the world, compiled and edited by Harry Jones, ODI.
Examples & Stories (add your story) Many members of the Outcome Mapping Learning Community have added their projects to our database.
A big loss to the outcome-oriented process management. We will forever be indebted to him in his work with Heather Britt: How, in Outcome Harvesting, they linked the forward-looking and monitoring process of Outcome Mapping with the hindsight approach of project evaluation.
May he rest in eternal peace. My condolences to the family. Outcome Mapping was published inas a result of the conceptual and practical project conducted by the International Development Research Centre (IDRC).
It arises as an adaptation of the “Outcome Engineering” evaluation approach developed by Dr. Barry Kibel in the development research context in the American social service sector. This book represents the experiences and knowledge shared by the Outcome Mapping Learning Community members between the period Jan – Dec It has taken the combined effort of a number of community members to document, summarise and synthesise a large number of discussions.Download TOOL 11 OUTCOME MAPPING book pdf free download link or read online here in PDF.
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Guiding development programmes with a focus on the people and organisations involved.