Program Management & Effectiveness
Effective Nonprofits have programs that are well run and managed. There is a shared understanding and agreement within the organization about how the programs and activities will achieve the organization’s vision, mission and goals. Effectiveness is evaluated for impact against the organization’s vision for change and indicators of success. Evaluation data is analyzed and incorporated in ongoing program development and improvement.
Professional Development and Learning:
- November 29, 2018 - Contingency Planning for Nonprofits: Stories & Tools for Southern Oregon
- January 23, 2019 - Proving & Improving Your Mission Impact
- February 27, 2019 - Contingency Planning for Nonprofits: Stories & Tools for Central Oregon
- 3 Steps to Plan Programs for Maximum Impact - GrantSpace (Blog)
- Basic Guide to Nonprofit Program Design and Marketing - Management Help (Guide)
- Basic Guide to Program Evaluation (and Resources) - Management Help (Guide)
- Big Data for Nonprofits - NonprofitReady (Video)*
- Developing the Capacity to Think Strategically - NonprofitReady (Online Course)*
- Effective Program Development - Foundation Center (Handout & Video)
- Getting to What Matters: How to Design and Develop Program Evaluation - The California Endowment (Book)
- Overview of Non-Profit Program Planning - Kent University (Guide)
- Program Design Logic Models - Compassion Capital Fund (Tool)
- Sample Logic Model - Compassion Capital Fund National Resource Center (Template)
- Storytelling Approaches to Program Evaluation - The California Endowment (Guide)
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