Resource: Changeroo for developing high-quality Theories of Change

(Mia Schmid-Velasco) #1

Changeroo assists organizations, programs and projects with a social mission to develop and manage high-quality Theories of Change. It allows you to together with stakeholders co-create Theories of Change, and to present these in an interactive and engaging way.

Changeroo forms the basis for social organizations for impact management, strategic learning, communication, stakeholder engagement, and monitoring and evaluation; all from the perspective of societal value creation.

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I like how this platform is not only a great way to create interactive Theories of Change, but it also provides in-depth information about each step of the process with resources on the purpose and scope of a theory of change, conducting a situation and stakeholder analysis, among other topics.

Here’s an example of background information provided on contextualizing a theory of change:

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(Tobias Eigen) #2

Looks great! Thanks, @miaschmid! You’ve been doing a great job posting regularly with valuable M&E info and resources. Keep it up! :sparkles:

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(Vivek Trivedi) #3

Here’s some great feedback from one Forum reader who found a lot of value in from this discussion post, @miaschmid

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(Mia Schmid-Velasco) #4

If you would like to learn more about theories of change, this blog post by Ann-Murray Brown is a great overview and provides many examples of different theories of change developed by nonprofits and funders.

I especially like the synopsis she provides at the bottom of the post:

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