Ruth’s new e-book is called “How To Create A Logic Model If You Follow This Simple Plan.”
It offers a concise, practical overview of how to develop a logic model as applied to many organisational contexts. The e-book covers everything you need to know about designing a logic model, writing a problem statement, developing your goals, identifying your program inputs, activities, outputs and outcomes.
If you don’t know how valuable logic models are, you are provided with many ideas about how to use logic models throughout your organisation.
- Imagine if you could learn how to develop a logic model in a few easy steps?
- Would you like to increase your fundraising success?
- Would you like to communicate better with your stakeholders and supporters?
- Would you like higher morale and accountability within your team?
- Would you like an easy way to make strategic decisions about what services and programs you provide?
- Imagine if you could have an easy to use evaluation framework that helped you determine how to establish the results of your programs, services or organisation?
Using a step-by-step process, using sample exercises, checklists, example logic models and case examples, author Ruth Knight provides program managers, fundraisers, evaluators and boards with an invaluable tool to plan, implement and evaluate any program, services, event or organisation.
For just $17, you’re getting all the answers you need … PLUS MORE. The e-book also comes with 8 FREE resources worth $2,400!
Here is what you will learn:
- 5 definitions that describe what a logic model is.
- Why the terms logic model, program theory and theory of change are used interchangeably.
- Discover WHY you should write a problem statement.
- 9 questions to help you develop a problem statement.
- 10 activities to help you develop your own logic model.
- 4 examples of good logic models.
- My secret 10 principles that you need to know.
- REVEALED! The difference between outputs and outcomes.
- A free overview for managers and boards.
And you also get FREE:
#1: “Designing A Logic Model Webinar”
This is a 35 minute webinar that takes you through the process of designing a logic model.
- Why a logic model is referred to as a theory of change.
- The simple steps to design a logic model
- Why a logic model is useful
#2: “An audio version of the Designing A Logic Model Webinar”
So you can save the file to your iPod and listen to the webinar audio wherever it suits you.
#3: “Logic Model Template”
A simple template to help you design a logic model.
#4: “Evaluation Plan Template”
A table that helps you simply and clearly plan your evaluation.
#5: “Designing a Logic Model – Practice Guide”
A quick reference guide for your managers and team.
#6: “Designing Survey Questions – Practice Guide”
A guide that provides tips to help you to develop survey questions when evaluating your program.
#7: “Survey Planning Check-list”
A valuable overview on how to plan and implement a survey.
#8: “Evaluation Report Check-list”
An essential check-list you need to have when completing an evaluation report.
The e-book and free resources have been written from over 18 years of management experience. They are the things Ruth Knight has learned over many years working with organisations that recognise the importance of using logic models in their work.
Download your copy today! Only $17 with thousands of dollars worth of bonus resources absolutely FREE.
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I am really thankful for this e-book on logic models. I now better understand the concept and its relevance to so many aspects of our organisation’s delivery of services; especially in evaluating the resources we need to make our programs even more effective. The e-book is easy to understand and enjoyable to read. Thanks so much for sharing your knowledge with us Ruth!Andrea Lee, CEO Ohana For Youth
A brilliant step by step way to encourage strategic clear thinking and achieve goals (big chunk to small chunk) for any organisation.Joe, UK
How to create a logic model” e book is such a powerful and necessary tool in the development, implementation and evaluation of any program. It is simple to read and understand and has clear instructions and examples. Our organisation will indeed greatly benefit from the use of this model both now and in our future endeavours. I am so grateful for this valuable resource it is most definitely worth more than the price!!!Naomi, Gold Coast