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7 reasons to measure the outcomes of your projects (30 Jun 18)

Itís easy to show youíve done things - but how do you prove they were worthwhile?


One thing you may often be asked to do is to show what diference your work has made.

Itís easy to show what activities youíve been involved in, especially when it comes to numbers Ė how many events youíve held, how many people attended, how many newsletters youíve produced and so on.

Whatís harder is to convince others about is the impact or, in the jargon, the outcomes…

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