2a. Build an outcomes logic model

See screenshot below

Building an outcomes model with a group

Dividing an outcomes model up into sub-pages

2a. Build an outcomes logic model

First you have to draw an outcomes logic model. Its also called a logic model because it sets out the logical connection between steps which will get you to the outcomes for your program. When drawing it don't worry if you:

• Can't measure some of the outcomes or steps.

• Can't prove that you changed some of the outcomes or steps.*

• When you're drawing your outcomes model, use our guidelines for drawing outcomes models that will always work with Easy Outcomes.

The screenshot above shows a model of all the steps needed for a successful Social Event (A Party) mocked-up example is used to illustrate the steps. In real life examples, the model may be made up of more than one diagram like this one. In DoView you can quickly jump between them and even link steps and outcomes which are on different diagrams.

Check out the videos on right to see how to build an outcomes model with a group and also how to divide up such models into sub-pages so they can be as large as you need them to be.

* We'll sort all of that out later. If you want to think about it now, look at the Explanation page. 

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