Logic Models are a popular tool that can be used to help conceptualize your change effort. It does this by inviting the author(s) to articulate their understanding of the current situation, the changes they hope to bring about through their program effort, with and/for whom, the activities planned to contribute toward this change, the resources needed to put into the effort, assumptions they are making, and external factors that could influence results.
It is a great tool for collaboration and there are many diverse ways to create them!
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