Strategic Tools: Using Logic Models for Organizational Planning and Evaluation - Part 2

Strategic Tools: Using Logic Models for Organizational
Planning and Evaluation

Part 2: Incorporating Logic Models Into Strategic Plans

October 3, 2023

 

Webinar Description

Join us for this two part webinar series. This training will prepare participants to conduct data-informed program planning and evaluation using logic models as a part of their strategic planning process. We will learn about logic models and the ways that they guide planning and programming. We will touch on types of data, data storage and prep, and data analysis. We will wrap up with components of a strategic plan, including an evaluation plan, and how to incorporate a strategic plan into all aspects of organizational operations. 
 

Webinar Objectives

In this webinar, participants will:

  • Recognize how and when to use logic models for program planning and program evaluation
  • Identify data types and data sources, and how to format, store, and analyze for evaluation
  • Understand the components of a strategic plan, and how to utilize that plan for continuous improvement

 

Webinar Recording and Slides

 

Additional Resources

View Part 1: Introduction to Logic Models

Tableau for Non-Profits

Click here to view References and Suggested Reading (PDF)

 

Presenter

Dr. Ashley Hall, PhD, MSW
Dr. Hall is an Assistant Professor with the Washington State University Extension 4-H Program. Her experience includes strategic planning for both academic and nonprofit organizations. She teaches skills related to strategic planning including survey development, data creation, storage, analysis, and visualization, as well as evaluation and reporting for internal and external stakeholders.

 

Questions

Contact Kathy Gardner ([email protected]) if you have additional questions about the content related to this webinar.

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October 5, 2023
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