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Product Management

Outcome Orientation

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Outcomes, inputs, and outputs
Outcome Orientation is part of our Product Management Career Leveling Framework. Explore next steps in your career from this industry-standard model.
  1. Framework: Inputs, Outputs, & Outcomes

    Outcome orientation is a framework that considers inputs, outputs, and outcomes. Inputs are the resources used to produce outputs, which are the products or services delivered. Outcomes are the effects or changes resulting from the use of those products or services. This framework helps organizations focus on achieving desired outcomes rather than just producing outputs.
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  2. Evaluating Outcomes

    Evaluating outcomes involves assessing the effectiveness of the products or services delivered. This can be done through various methods, such as measuring customer satisfaction, tracking changes in behavior or performance, or conducting cost-benefit analyses. It is important to use reliable and valid measures to ensure accurate evaluation of outcomes. Additionally, ongoing evaluation allows for continuous improvement and adaptation to changing needs and circumstances.
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