Category Archives: Theory of Change

Master Outcomes and Impact

Do you need to strengthen your outcomes planning or implementation? Do you have effective mechanisms for evaluating whether your strategies and activities are indeed producing the desired impact? Does everyone involved with your mission have a shared vision about desired impact? … Continue reading

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Using your Granddad’s strategic planning process?

Strategic planning processes can be a waste of time, especially if you don’t give them enough time, if you skip key parts of the process, or you fail to obtain a facilitator with the leadership skills to guide your leadership team through the tough spots, where there is often a wealth of opportunity. Continue reading

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Build a TRUE Theory of Change to Ensure your Organization Truly has IMPACT!

As a nonprofit leader, how can YOU maximize the chances that your organization will  achieve the meaningful impact it exists to achieve? Many nonprofit leaders and supporters sense that their organizations lack the kind of powerful momentum it takes to achieve the … Continue reading

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