Outcomes Management Framework

Outcomes Management Framework

Author: Randy Frid

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ISBN: 0981184731

Page: 134

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Every program or project, from the biggest to the smallest, requires and has a strategy, whether documented or not. Outcomes Management becomes a tool to help create a visual map of the path to take.

Every program or project, from the biggest to the smallest, requires and has a strategy, whether documented or not. Outcomes Management becomes a tool to help create a visual map of the path to take.



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