Resources: Managing Soft Outcomes

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Jim Simpson

Jim is a consultant, researcher, coach and developer.

A Resource and Training Package for helping organisations to Develop an Evidence Based Approach to Managing Outcomes

The aim of this package is to enable organisations or projects to work through a process towards developing a custom tool for managing soft outcomes.

The resources contained in this package lay the foundations for creating a system to develop, manage and evidence outcomes. These materials have been compiled and developed from a 2-day training programme.  The material was compiled from research into the different ways that outcomes, and particularly ‘soft’ outcomes, are surfaced, developed and evidenced and used to guide the process of change and development in working with people and communities.

Managing Outcomes Learning Package


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