What is the difference between output and outcome? Why does it matter in project management?
In the project management context, an output could refer to the result of a given process, like those discussed in ISO 21500 or PMBOK Guide. Well, if we consider the output of the ultimate process = the project, then the output is the final result or product.
On the other hands, an outcome focus on expected results, the realized benefits that could be derived post project completion.
To learn more, here is a video.