History of Option 3

Last update 2011-09-12 19:01:55 Creation date 2011-09-12 16:32:46
  • Format
    1. What are the Benefits? (subjective value created for individuals)

    2. What are the Outcomes? (measurable changes in the status of the target group - "social impacts")

    3. What are the Outputs? (products that influence outcomes)

    4. What are the Processes? (the workflow and rules that organize people, equipment and resources in creating outputs)

    5. What are the Inputs? (raw materials, funding, people, tools etc)

    6. What are the Intentions? (the reasons people feel moved to take action - again this level is not measurable except by each individual affected )
    Posted 2011-09-12 19:01:55 by openworld
  • Creator's comments
    Vernon Weckwerth
    Posted 2011-09-12 18:41:33 by openworld
  • Title
    Social Impacts Format
    Posted 2011-09-12 18:35:01 by openworld
  • Format
    1. What are the Benefits? (subjective value created for individuals)

    2. What are the Outcomes (measurable changes in the status of the target group - social impacts).

    3. What are the Outputs? (products such as numbers of bridges, schools, clinics, etc that are ostensibly related to outcomes)

    4. What are the Processes? (the workflow and rules that organize people, equipment and resources in creating outputs)

    5. What are the Inputs? (raw materials, funding, people, tools etc)

    6. What are the Intentions? (the reasons people feel moved to take action - again this level is not measurable except by each individual affected )
    Posted 2011-09-12 17:54:04 by openworld
  • Format
    1. What are the benefits? (subjective value created for individuals)

    2. What are the outcomes (measurable changes in the status of the target group - social impacts).

    3. Outputs (products such as numbers of bridges, schools, clinics, etc that are ostensibly related to outcomes)

    4. Processes (the workflow and rules that organize people, equipment and resources in creating outputs)

    5. Inputs (raw materials, funding, people, tools etc)

    6. Intentions (the reasons people feel moved to take action - again this level is not measurable except by each individual affected )
    Title
    Social Impacts Format
    Posted 2011-09-12 17:52:33 by openworld
  • Format
    1. Benefits (subjective value created for individuals)

    2. Outcomes (externally measurable changes in the status of the target group, such as commuting times, literacy rates, longevity, reduced recidivism, etc).

    3. Outputs (products such as numbers of bridges, schools, clinics, etc that are ostensibly related to outcomes)

    4. Processes (the workflow and rules that organize people, equipment and resources in creating outputs)

    5. Inputs (raw materials, funding, people, tools etc)

    6. Intentions (the reasons people feel moved to take action - again this level is not measurable except by each individual affected )
    Posted 2011-09-12 17:20:42 by openworld
  • Format
    1) Benefits (subjective value created for individuals)

    2) Outcomes (externally measurable changes in the status of the target group, such as commuting times, literacy rates, longevity, reduced recidivism, etc).

    3) Outputs (products such as numbers of bridges, schools, clinics, etc that are ostensibly related to outcomes)

    4) Processes (the workflow and rules that organize people, equipment and resources in creating outputs)

    5) Inputs (raw materials, funding, people, tools etc)

    6) Intentions (the reasons people feel moved to take action - again this level is not measurable except by each individual affected )
    Posted 2011-09-12 17:02:40 by openworld
  • Title
    Vern Weckwerth's Format
    Format
    1) Benefits (subjective value created for individuals - this level is not measurable except by each individual affected)

    2) Outcomes (externally measurable changes in the status of the target group, such as commuting times, literacy rates, longevity, reduced recidivism, etc).

    3) Outputs (products such as numbers of bridges, schools, clinics, etc that are ostensibly related to outcomes)

    4) Processes (the workflow and rules that organize people, equipment and resources in creating outputs)

    5) Inputs (raw materials, funding, people, tools etc)

    6) Intentions (the reasons people feel moved to take action - again this level is not measurable except by each individual affected )
    Posted 2011-09-12 16:58:15 by openworld
  • Format
    1) Benefits (subjective value created for individuals - this level is not measurable except by each individual affected) 2) Outcomes (externally measurable changes in the status of the target group, such as commuting times, literacy rates, longevity, reduced recidivism, etc). 3) Outputs (products such as numbers of bridges, schools, clinics, etc that are ostensibly related to outcomes) 4) Processes (the workflow and rules that organize people, equipment and resources in creating outputs) 5) Inputs (raw materials, funding, people, tools etc) 6) Intentions (the reasons people feel moved to take action - again this level is not measurable except by each individual affected )
    Posted 2011-09-12 16:41:26 by openworld
  • Editor
    public
    Viewer
    public
    Posted 2011-09-12 16:32:57 by openworld
  • Mode
    70
    Name
    Option 3
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    unlisted
    Editor
    openworld-lnekkzh
    Category
    websites-software
    Posted 2011-09-12 16:32:46 by openworld
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