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Outcome Mapping Practitioner Guide

Strategy Maps

Strategy maps help us to identify what the program or project intends to do to support Boundary Partner change - whether that be directly with the Boundary Partners, or whether it is something that the intiate will do in the Boundary Partner's environment.  The real innovation is to explicitly encourage diverse strategies, which are essential for supporting complex change: each of the six boxes can be an important part of the theory of action.


How do we develop strategy maps?

What's the best way to discuss what should go in to the six Strategy Map boxes? How do they relate to the Boundary Partners and Progress Markers? 

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What is the difference between strategy maps and an operational plan or activity workplace?

What is the difference between activities and strategies? And how is the strategy map related to the operational workplan? 

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How often and how are strategy maps reviewed?

How to update Strategy Maps.

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