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* Theory Of Change * Outcome vs Output * Logic Model *Impact Metrics * Impact Management Project * theory of change examples, output vs outcome vs input
Are you looking to build a theory of change for social impact? Do you want to learn about the difference between Outcome vs Output? This is a foundation of Monitoring and Evaluation
00:00:00 Theory of Change Introduction
00:00:32 Impact Measurement Framework
00:01:54 Theory of Change Foundation
00:02:53 Theory of Change Example - Skills Development
* Input vs Output
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* Theory of Change vs Logic Model
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A good theory of change model is a foundation for building monitoring and evaluation or impact measurement strategy. Theory of Change in monitoring and evaluation can be used by social purpose organizations to build monitoring and evaluation strategies. You can also build the theory of change in impact evaluation step by step. This video explains your organization's intended path to impact by outlining causal linkages in an initiative (i.e., its shorter-term, intermediate, and longer-term outcomes and outputs). The identified changes are mapped in an “outcomes pathway” that shows the logical relationship and chronological flow between outcomes along the path to the desired impact. The links between outcomes are explained by “rationales” or statements of why one outcome is thought to be a prerequisite for another and can be updated on the basis of evaluation evidence. This video gives a detailed theory of change examples and the theory of change templates.
Currently, the two most accepted and wide-spread frameworks to document your impact measurement and management strategy are the Theory of Change and the 5 Dimensions of Impact by the Impact Management Project. Today’s video will focus on how to define your organization’s Theory of Change.
The video gives Theory of Change Example to understand the change (impact) that you are seeking for both accountability and the internal awareness of potential organizational challenges. In the ToC, the primary challenges indicated are your underlying assumptions.
An assumption (no matter how strongly you believe it to be true) is, after all, an assumption. Woven into the fabric of every Theory of Change is at least one grand assumption.
The Theory of Change is the foundation for any mission-driven initiative working on solving the globe’s most pressing social and environmental issues.
Sometimes referred to as T. O. C., the Theory of Change the impact that your organization is seeking to achieve, as well as all the intermediate steps to make sure that your activities and resources are well aligned with said change.
The theory of change should be defined before starting any new initiative or project and needs to be revised periodically, as your initiative evolves.
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