Using the Guidebook

Individuals, teams and organizations can benefit from models and modeling. The Logic Model Guidebook can be a central aid in your learning toolbox. Many managers, leaders, educators and practitioners incorporate them in their routine practices.

Each chapter of The Guidebook includes learning objectives, practical applications, exercises and other resources. It’s an easy-to-use book for self-study or a small group.

Create A Book Circle

This simple recipe can be revised to suit your needs:

  • Gather a small group, 4-10 people (live or virtually)
  • Ensure all participants have a Guidebook
  • Nominate a chapter leader to facilitate discussion
  • Assign a chapter or two for review of key concepts
  • Hold scheduled meetings for application of concepts, questions and resources
  • Nominate a recorder for notes

Workshops & Webinars

The Guidebook is used in corporations, organizations, colleges and universities worldwide!
We provide customized, engaging and expert support on logic models.

For guest speakers, webinars, workshops, training, conference events and seminars, contact us.



"The Guidebook is an important resource. It provides savvy counsel, is accessible and focuses on results. The authors’ attention to quality is an essential contribution to how we design and execute work."
William Rudnick
Co-Managing Partner, Chicago Office, DLA Piper
"I especially liked the learning aids, the clear writing style, the many figures and examples and the listings of important points within each chapter. This is all good teaching methodology... Logic models are an important tool in planning and evaluation. Both planners and evaluators should know how to use them."
James Sanders, PhD
Professor Emeritus, Western Michigan University