The Logic Model Guidebook
Better Strategies for Great Results
- Lisa Wyatt Knowlton - Phillips Wyatt Knowlton, Inc.
- Cynthia C. Phillips - Phillips Wyatt Knowlton, Inc.
Examines the structures, processes, and language of logic models as an emerging tool that improves the design, development, and implementation of change efforts within programs and greater organizational initiatives.
Evaluation | Nonprofit Management | Nonprofit Management | Program Evaluation | Research Design | Research Design |
“The Guidebook fills a niche in the skills and knowledge needed by nonprofit managers to be successful in their work. It leads the field in providing both the theory and practice of using logic models as a critical management tool.”
“The material in this book has enduring value. It is a ‘keeper’ for students and me.”
“This book should be in the library of every individual involved in program development and evaluation. It is a powerful tool for practitioners and students.”
“Regardless of sector, logic models are valuable tools to design systems and improve strategy.”
This text offers a good insight to final year students and postgrads that are keen to design, deliver and evaluate interventions in a range of disciplines. While not all will be required to develop logic models, many will benefit from an understanding of the potential of logic models.
I did not adopt the book for this semester but am still thinking about adopting it in the fall.
This textbook provides a higher level of explanation of logic models than those found in other textbooks
Nice book. May decide to make it "recommended".
A thorough overview of various logic models and their application, helpful for practitioners who wish to constract a logical framework for the own social action project or for application of a logic model for action's evaluation.
Support class learning. - Great tool for learning the process of the Logic Model. I will adopt in future classes.
Florida State University