To manage operations and strategy, Org must measure its results. There are two ways to do this. The first is to define what a process must deliver. This is a prediction of an output. In orgamatics we call it an output target. An output is the result of an operation. An operation is when cyclic processes repeat a known past to create a predictable result. The second is to define the change that a strategy must induce. This is the prediction of an outcome. In orgamatics we call it an outcome target. An outcome is the effect of a strategy. A strategy is a plan to achieve an intent through project-based work. A target predicts an output or outcome. The actual results are outputs and outcomes. The variation between projected results and actual results is a measure of performance. The way in which we grasp what we get, will differ to the way in which we grasp the impact of that. Therefore, the metrics of outputs and outcomes cannot be the same. One must know the difference between these concepts since they drive performance and relevance.