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4. Planning your intended change

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We can describe the ultimate change (the impact) we are working towards
To meet the standard in full, you have identified the end result you want to achieve through your work. This will fulfil your mission. It is the broad, long-term change you are striving for; the change that matters most to your stakeholders.
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We have identified which positive outcomes are central to the ultimate change (impact) we seek
To meet the standard in full, you have identified a small number of positive outcomes (results) that are likely to make the most direct contributions to achieving your intended impact. You have stated these clearly. Together, they describe the difference you plan to make.
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We can state the main activities that will lead to our success
To meet the standard in full, you have identified the actions (sometimes called activities) you need to take to achieve your positive outcomes. Your success depends on how effectively these activities lead to outcomes.
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We can describe the process of change in a way that others can easily grasp
To meet the standard in full, you have described how and why your work brings about change. This process of change is set out in an appropriate and straightforward way, which shows the relationships between your actions and the results they bring about. This can be set out visually in the form of a diagram that is often referred to as a ‘theory of change’ or ‘logic model’.
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We use our understanding of the process of change as a basis for measuring results
To meet the standard in full, you have used your understanding of the way you bring about change to decide where to focus your measurement efforts, how wide-ranging these efforts should be, and who you should involve in the process.
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