They'll only support your work if you can prove that your projects and activities are focused on their, as well as your, priorities. Use DoView to:
Be absolutely clear about your priorities by highlighting the priority boxes you're currently targetting with A, B, C . . .
Show your proposed visual road-map to success by using DoView to draw all your outcome boxes and the steps that will lead to them.
Easily prove that your actions are directly focused on both your funders, and your own priorities, by showing visual line-of-sight between your projects and priority boxes.
Your DoView model is now your strategic plan and you've satisfied funders who want you to be 'outcomes and results-based'.
Do next year's strategic planning faster - don't redraw your DoView, just change your priorities and re-link your projects.
Funders and others will be assured you're focusing on key priorities.
Save time by using the same DoView model for monitoring, evaluation, evidence-based practice, contracting and much more.
Tell your story visually - draw your DoView
Prioritize your boxes
Show which outcomes you're focusing on in the next planning period (e.g. the next year). The example below is saying that publicity regarding enforcement will get the most emphasis next year (presumably because it's thought that it will give the biggest 'bang for the buck').
Insert your projects/activities
Show the actual activities or projects you're planning to do.
Link your projects with the boxes they focus on
Turn on Count Links to see how many projects link to each box
The small number at the top or bottom of a box shows the number of links.
Check that you have some projects focused your priority boxes (called line-of-sight)
To get line-of-sight you need to add an additional project box