Some may question as they attempt to wrap their heads around the OLM, “Do we complete multiple outcome logic models?” Typically, you have one outcome logic model for the organization or the unit or department that were focusing on. The OLM could be for the whole organization, but if your organization is broken into departments, […]
The Wright method emphasizes entrepreneurship through outputs as a method to sustain the organization. This transition begins with the definition of entrepreneurship. Organizations often say that they want employees with an entrepreneurial spirit. Many organizations say this, but this isn’t want they want. But, the most profitable organization, and there’s lots of research to support […]
In the Wright Method, the outputs are products that lend themselves to individualized packaging and distribution.
An outcome logic model (OLM) is a table outlining the important components of a proposed business or an organizational innovation.