distributed outcomes based on the collective vision in creating and demonstrating public value[/porto_testimonial]
Outcomes should provide a framework for ambitious but realistic goals across the spectrum of partners, timescales and overall well being targets. They should be meaningful to all stakeholders. Above all they should be SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Time-based).
In relation to the work of partners:
- What are the key outcomes that the partnership is aimed at achieving?
- How well positioned is your organisation in either drawing other partners together (i.e. the PCT, Police or Local Authority) or in being an active member of the partnership in achieving these outcomes (i.e. providers, other agencies etc)?
- To what extent does your organisation or the partnership as a whole take both individual and collective responsibility to achieve these outcomes?