Dr Jess Dart helps you design a strategic and measurable outcomes framework for your organisation.
She is joined by Crystal Pekepo of Toi Tangata and Jan Hinde of Community Research.
Resources shared during the webinar:
- Dr Jess Dart’s powerpoint slides
- Crystal Pekepo’s powerpoint slides
- Jan Hinde’s Theory of Change slides
Websites shared during this webinar:
- www.whatworks.org.nz – look out for Logic Models and Theory of Change resources, in the Tools page
- www.betterevaluation.org – an amazing site for everything evaluation
- www.iap2.org.au – a great resource for community engagement and co-design
- www.theoryofchange.org/what-is-theory-of-change – Jess’ recommended site for theory of change. This page provides a step-by-step guide to creating your own Theory of Change
- www.clearhorizon.com.au/training-mentoring.aspx – Clear Horizons Training Programme
Dr. Jess Dart
Inventor of practical methodologies, highly demanded facilitator, and recipient of the National Evaluation Development Award, Jess has over 25 years of involvement in evaluating and designing social change programs in Australia and overseas.
In 2005 Jess established Clear Horizon Consulting and today works as a principal consultant as well as being the Chair of the board. She is also a board member of the Australasian Evaluation society. Jess co-authored the Most Significant Change (MSC) guide alongside Dr Rick Davies.
Crystal Pekepo is a descendant of Ngāti Vara – Mangaia Cook Islands and Ngāti Kahungunu.
Crystal is an inspiring new voice of Community Research and Co-design. She recently graduated at Te Wānanga ō Raukawa, and currently based at Waiwhetu Marae in her role with Toi Tangata. Her interests include Mātauranga Māori outcomes and Kaupapa Māori codesign.
Peer discussion group
Community Research has created a Facebook discussion group where you can meet other NGOs who are grappling with similar organisational outcomes questions to you. This is a free, ongoing resource, offered to link up NGOs who can help each other, by sharing and discussing these issues.