Resources to help map outcomes from personal to organisational, from organisational to local and national outcomes
Our theme this 'term' is 'Outcomes everywhere but which are mine'. We are running a webinar and event in March which are now fully booked. But here are some resources that can help you with mapping outcomes. Have a browse and if you have any particular questions or need support please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Understanding different outcomes - personal, organsational, strategic...
Outcomes explained here in 'We need to build the focus on outcomes'
Mapping personal outcomes to project-level outcomes
In this blog by ESS's training officer Shona Wells we hear about how she helps third sector organisations see a way to use personal outcomes to show the difference a service makes. Read it here
Mapping project to organisational
'Consultation and involvement: using staff experience to inform evaluation systems' is a case study from Victim Support Scotland about how they created organisational outcomes which were fit for several different projects.
Mapping befriending outcomes to national outcomes
Here are some examples of mapping befriending outcomes to The National Health and Wellbeing Outcomes (extracted from The Source to the Sea - Understanding how befriending can help Fife Health and Social Care Partnerships address its priorities.
Blog from Steven Marwick 'Does the National Performance Framework mean anything to the third sector?' and case studies from Befriending Networks, Scottish SPCA, and Scottish Youth Theatre Arts Scotland
For general support in setting outcomes
ESS Support Guide:
- Working out what to measure – (Setting indicators for your outcomes)
We’re all on the same page now – organisation learning how to set outcomes
CrossReach case study - Embedding evaluation into several children’s projects