Logic models and theories of change illustrate organizational activities and intended impact. Funders often request a logic model or theory of change in grant applications in order to better understand what change the organization hopes to effect based on programming. Does your organization utilize a theory of change or a logic model to communicate intended program outcomes? If so, how might you strengthen this model, take advantage of all it has to offer, and more fully incorporate it into your work? If your organization does not yet utilize a logic model or theory of change, how might you create one in order to clearly communicate and measure your organization’s intended impact? You will leave this session with the foundational knowledge to either create or enhance the quality of your organizational Theory of Change and Programs Logic Model, understand the causal connections between activities and intended results.
** We strongly suggest that you come with at least one or two colleagues from your organization so that you can work on a topic of interest collaboratively. **