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Overview OM at YMCA

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Sarah Earl

on 3 January 2013

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Transcript of Overview OM at YMCA

outcome mapping Sarah Earl 1. Strategy in Complex Contexts intended realized emergent dropped deliberate 2. Spheres of
Influence looking at the bigger picture staying attentive 3. Incremental Change OM Purposes 1. Navigate Complexity

2. Manage Multiple
Accountabilities Emergent Strategy Progress Markers outcomemapping.ca Questions? Join Us in the OM Learning Community Thanks! Boundary Partners What is OM? History Challenges 4. Progress Marker Activity Each Progress Marker:

Describes a changed behaviour by the boundary partner
Can be monitored & observed

As a set, Progress Markers:

Are graduated from easier to more difficult to achieve changes in behaviour
Describe the change process of a single boundary partner progress marker checklist Flexible: modular to be adapted to use & context

Complementary: use with other methodologies.

Participatory: seeks dialogue and collaboration with partners

Evaluative thinking: culture of reflection, results oriented thinking, and promotes social & organizational learning 5. Principles
of Use Positivist Constructivist quantitative data
experimental designs
treatment and control groups
deductive hypothesis testing
objective perspective
aloof from the program
independent & dependent variables
linear, sequential modeling
pre-post focus on change
probabilistic, random sampling
standardized, uniform procedures
fixed, controlled designs
statistical analysis
generalizations qualitative data
naturalistic inquiry
case studies
inductive analysis
subjective perspective
close to the program
holistic contextual portrayal
systems perspective
dynamic, ongoing view of change
purposeful sampling of relevant cases
focus on uniqueness and diversity
emergent, flexible designs
extrapolations By Robert Chambers
Adaptive Pluralist
Neo-Newtonian Evaluation
Paradigm Swayamsiddha PHCs Banks Families Community
Leaders Police SHG State
NGO State
NGO State
NGO State
NGO State
NGO State
NGO BAIF IDRC CIDA Who are your boundary partners? A graduated set of statements describing a progression of changed behaviours in the boundary partner
Describe changes in actions, activities and relationships leading to the ideal outcome; shows story of change
Articulate the complexity of the change process
Can be monitored & observed
Permit on-going assessment of partner’s progress (including unintended results) Expect to see Like to see Love to
see ladder of change X
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