Outcome Frameworks

Written for practitioners, program managers and organizational leaders in the philanthropic, non profit and governmental sectors, Outcome Frameworks is the first publication ever to provide a comparison of the major outcome models in use today. Presenting the essential concepts and perspectives of outcome thinking in an easy-to-read format, Outcome Frameworks also offers an unprecedented historical overview of the development of this management approach, and features a removable chart for an at-a-glance comparison of the major outcome models.

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