For each strategy, there are assumptions about what changes the strategy will make, and these need to be specified. For example, you might have a strategy that aims to increase adoption of agricultural best management practices. To map the potential area where that strategy could work, you may need to further specify which kinds of agricultural lands you think the strategy will affect (e.g. row crops, specialty crops, ranchlands). Or you may have identified a minimum goal related to improving conditions for vulnerable communities. You may now need to specify how you are defining vulnerable communities (e.g. those classified by the US Census as below the poverty line, a specific First Nations group or indigenous tribe, people living within 5 km of the coast). Many of these assumptions will already be in the result chains (especially if you did them well!), but, often, additional assumptions are required to turn the results chain into a strategy map.