Theory of change in ten steps

Document type
Report
Author(s)
Noble, James
Publisher
New Philanthropy Capital
Date of publication
9 October 2019
Subject(s)
Social Policy, Social Work, Social Care and Social Services
Collection
Social welfare
Material type
Reports

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NPC believe that the theory of change is applicable to any project or organisation that is trying to do good. What ‘doing good’ means varies a lot. It could mean curing a disease, changing a policy, or tackling a social problem. But equally it could mean helping other professionals do a better job, rolling out a new IT system, or changing attitudes. The theory of change can be applied to all these things and at all levels of focus, from small scale projects to whole organisations and even whole sectors.

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