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05 Om At Training W Kshop Strategy Maps

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Strategy maps or matrices; Supporting Outcomes

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05 Om At Training W Kshop Strategy Maps

  1. 1. Strategy Maps OR Matrices; Supporting Outcomes Julius N Nyangaga and Charles Warria
  2. 2. Session Four Strategy Maps For each Boundary partner: What the Project WILL DO do to influence desired changes in the Partner along the Progress Markers identified. <ul><li>Diverse range (An array) of ACTIVITIES : </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Aimed at Partner </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Aimed at Partner’s environment </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Cause, Persuade, Support </li></ul></ul>
  3. 3. List out all possible Program Activities that will: Session Four Cause Persuade Support Individual Partner Partner’s environment
  4. 4. List out all possible Program Activities that will: Session Four Cause Persuade Support Individual Partner ‘ Force’ or compel change Convince Educate Mentor, Guide Partner’s environment
  5. 5. List out all possible Program Activities that will: Session Four Cause Persuade Support Individual Partner ‘ Force’ or compel change Convince Educate Mentor, Guide Partner’s environment Set rules, guidelines. Regulation Broadly disseminate Values and Advantages Create learning links Provide support network
  6. 6. List out all possible Program Activities that will: Project-dependent, Costly. Unsustainable. BUT MOST EFFECTIVE for immediate change Session Four Cause Persuade Support Individual Partner Partner’s environment
  7. 7. List out all possible Program Activities that will: Community-dependent, Sustainable. Slow. MOST EFFECTIVE for long-term change Session Four Cause Persuade Support Individual Partner Partner’s environment
  8. 8. List out all possible Program Activities that will: Session Four Cause Persuade Support Individual Partner ‘ Force’ or compel change Convince Educate Mentor, Guide Partner’s environment Set rules, guidelines. Laws & Regulation Broadly disseminate Set Policy Guidelines Create learning links Provide support network
  9. 9. Answers to questions such as: … Session Four I -1 C-I P-I S-I C - E P - E S - E Cause Persuade Support Individual Partner What will be done to produce an “immediate” change in the partner? What will be done to build interest and capacity in the partner? How will you support, guide and mentor the partner? Partner’s environment What will be done to compel immediate change in the system? What will you to increase awareness – need for change – in the system? What will you do to provide a support system that will sustain system transformation?
  10. 10. Monitoring elements: Changes in behaviours, actions, activities and relationships among the key boundary partners - the Progress Markers The Strategies the Programme is employing to encourage the changes The functioning of the Programme as an Organizational unit Session Four Possibly supported by quantifiable changes
  11. 11. Conclusion T he Project uses the possible array of interventions (strategies, activities, etc.) to cause, influence or support transformation along the Progress markers to the Outcome Challenges

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