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The Logic Model Guidebook: Better Thinking for Great Results 2e offers a concise, practical overview of the logic modeling process as applied to numerous organizational contexts. Authors Lisa Wyatt Knowlton and Cynthia Phillips examine the structures, processes, and language of logic models as an emerging tool that improves the design, development, and implementation of change efforts within programs and greater organizational initiatives. Through concise, step-by-step process articulation, enhanced by numerous visual learning guidesá(sample models, checklists, exercises, worksheets) and case examples, the authors provide beginning researchers andápractitioners with invaluable tools to develop and improve these models. The book is especially appropriate for graduate-level courses in research methods, evaluation, program management, leadership, and related areas as commonly found in programs for public administration, business and management, public health, education, and the human services.