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  1. Tiny Tool Results Chain

    Evaluation Option

    Tiny tool results chain maps both positive and negative possible impacts from an intervention.

  2. Results Chain Analysis Tiny Tool

    Resource
    Tool
    2010

    This tool, developed by NGO-IDEAS, was designed to help communities analyse the chain of effects from activities to outputs. The tool can be used early in the process of developing a logic model based on existing data, or done later based on using tools like this.

  3. Using (Reach and) Results Chains to Understand (Plan, Measure and Evaluate) Complex Multi-level Interventions

    Resource
    2014

    A powerpoint put together by Steve Montague. It addresses the problem that our mental models are too simplistic and proposes that evaluators need to recognise reach, the intended target of influence by a program or organisation, as well as results. In addition, Montague proposes that evaluators should facilitate evaluative activities and learning, create evaluative information, take a systems approach adapted to linear culture, and use a common lense and language.

  4. Results Chain

    Synonyms: 
    Pipeline model, Logic Model, Input-Output model
    Evaluation Option

    "Results chain or pipeline logic models represent a program theory as a linear process with inputs and activities at the front and long-term outcomes at the end. Various models have been developed for different purposes each with relative advantages and disadvantages." Funnell, S. and Rogers, P. (2011) p 387

  5. Develop programme theory / theory of change

    Synonyms: 
    Logic model, Program logic, Programme logic, Causal model, Results chain, Intervention logic, ToC

    A programme theory explains how an intervention (a project, a programme, a policy, a strategy) is understood to contribute to a chain of results that produce the intended or actual impacts. 

    It can include positive impacts (which are beneficial) and negative impacts (which are detrimental). It can also show the other factors which contribute to producing impacts, such as context and other projects and programmes.

    Different types of diagrams can be used to represent a programme theory.  These are often referred to as logic models, as they show the overall logic of how the intervention is understood to work.

  6. Logic models: Better thinking for better results

    Resource
    Guide
    2012

    This paper from Wilder Research provides advice and a step-by-step process fro creating logic models.

  7. Sourcebook on results based management in the EU Structural Funds

    Resource
    Guide
    2013

    This Sourcebook, authored by Benedict Wauters, coordinator of the Community of Practice on Results Based Management (COP RBM), provides insights and advice from leaders in the field of Results Based Management (RBM).

  8. Online Certificate Course on Results-Based Project Management

    Event
    Course
    21st May, 2018
    Online
    Paid

    This course provides a complete overview of the results-based project management (RBPM) approach with practical applications of tools and methods needed for planning, managing, monitoring and evaluating development projects. You will need between 8-10 hours per week to complete the lectures and case study exercises. You will participate in engaging online conversations with peers from around the world while receiving a constant guidance from the instructor.

  9. C4D Hub: Develop an M&E Framework

    Development Theme

    What is it?

    A Monitoring and Evaluation Framework outlines the overall RM&E plan for monitoring and evaluating across an entire program, or across different programs. It should specify the monitoring strategies, any studies, reviews or evaluations to do done, with details about data sources, timing, management processes, as well as an overall program theory/logic model. 

  10. Online Certificate Course: Results-Based Project Management for Development Organizations and NGOs

    Event
    Course
    12th March, 2018
    Online
    Paid

    This course provides a complete overview of the results-based project management (RBPM) approach with practical applications of tools and methods needed for planning, managing, monitoring and evaluating development projects. You will need between 8-10 hours per week to complete the lectures and case study exercises. You will participate in engaging online conversations with peers from around the world while receiving a constant guidance from the instructor.

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