A theory of change starts with the change in the world you want to see and works backward to lay out everything you think will need to happen to bring it about. It identifies the key players (including yourself) who will need to be involved, what each of those players will have to do, and why they are likely to behave in the way you expect.
>> Go back to Stage 2: Experimenting
>> Go back to "What is 'Success' and How Can It Be Achieved?"
January 15, 2016
Theory of Change
This is part of the article Starting Your Philanthropic Journey: Exploring, Experimenting, Swinging for the Fences
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