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Program Evaluation: A Key Component of Program Management (2-part session)

About This Session

Summary

Program evaluation is a systematic, data-driven review of a program within an organization designed to answer questions about program effectiveness and efficiency, ensure program activities are connected to the organization’s strategic goals, and provide information that helps increase an organization’s ability to fulfill its mission.

Nonprofit organizations can use program evaluation to make data-driven decisions and engage staff, board and funders.

What we'll cover:

Session 1 will focus on understanding the types of evaluation that are most useful for nonprofit organizations and how to begin to put evaluation methods into practice. Participants will create a theory of change for their program or project.

Session 2 will give an overview of logic models and participants will understand and practice creating outputs and outcomes, goals, indicators and benchmarks for program evaluation.

Topics & Focus

Primary Topic Area
topic - program eval, data management
Session will also cover:

Pending

PD LIT
PD PAL
PD other

Handouts & Materials

No handouts or materials available at this time.

Presenter

Headshot - presenter Wendy Ogren

Wendy Ogren
Vice President of Services
The Center for Nonprofit Management

Audience
ROLE program administrators
Level
LEVEL beginner
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Info

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Breakout24 – OGREN

Page checked or updated: 6/28/24

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