Dr Paul Duignan's videos using DoView

Dr Paul Duignan is an outcomes and evaluation expert involved in the development of DoView. In this series of videos he shows a range of ways that you can work with outcomes models (program logic models) in DoView.  

Brief introduction to program logic models (outcomes models) (Video 2)

Program logics (also known as outcomes models, logic models, logframes, program theories, theories of change, strategy maps) set out all of the steps needed to get to higher level outcomes. This brief introduction looks at these models and talks about how they can be set out as structured or freeform models, left-to-right, bottom-to-top and laid out in poster formats. (List of resources relevant to this video).     Back to Video List

Brief Introduction to Program Logic Models (Outcomes Models)

Building Inputs, Outputs, Outcomes, Program Logic Models (Outcomes Models) (Video 12)

Many program logic models are built using headings such as inputs, outputs, intermediate outcomes, final outcomes. This video shows you how to build such models. (List of resources relevant to this video). Back to Video List

Building Inputs, Outputs, Outcomes, Program Logic Models (Outcomes Models)

Helping Groups Quickly Build Freeform Program Logic Models (Outcomes Models) (Video 11)

If you want to work with groups to build program logic models (outcomes models) watch this video to find out how to work quickly and effectively with groups to build models in meetings. (List of resources relevant to this video).     Back to Video List

Helping Groups Quickly Build Freeform Program Logic Models (Outcomes Models)

Breaking Large Program Logic Models (Outcomes Models) Into Linked Sub-Pages (Video 13) 

Program logic models (outcomes models) for a program often need to be larger than a single printed page if they are to capture the richness of what is happening in the program. This video shows you how to break your models up into linked sub-pages so that you can have models as large as you like. (List of resources relevant to this video).        Back to Video List

Breaking Large Program Logic Models (Outcomes Models) Into Linked Sub-Pages

Painless Performance Indicators: A Visual Approach (Video 5)

Creating lists of indicators (measures, Key Performance Indicators, KPI's, targets etc.) can be painful. The new visual approach set out in this video uses a two-step process where you first build a visual program logic (outcomes model) of what you are trying to do and then use the model to identify the indicators you should use to track progress on your program. (List of resources relevant to this video).        Back to Video List

Painless Performance Indicators: A Visual Approach

Multiple Projects With Shared Outcomes: A Visual Approach (Video 7)

In a joined-up world there need to be better ways of dealing with situations in which there are multiple projects with similar outcomes. If drawn in the right way, program logic (outcomes models) can be used to 'map' multiple projects onto a common outcomes model. This can be used to identify gaps and overlaps and aid collaboration between projects. Watch how to do this in the video below. (List of resources relevant to this video).        Back to Video List

Multiple Projects With Shared Outcomes: A Visual Approach

Clarifying Accountability in Outcomes-Focused Contracting: A Visual Approach (Video 8)

A major issue arising when using an outcomes-focused contracting approach is deciding where to strike the level of provider accountability. Limiting accountability only to the outputs level (the actual goods and services produced) seems too low level. However, holding providers to account for non-attributable higher-level outcomes seems too high level. A visual approach using a program logic (outcomes model) as set out in this video successfully negotiates this dilemma and provide the basis for coherent funder-provider discussions. (List of resources relevant to this video).        Back to Video List

Clarifying Accountability in Outcomes-Focused Contracting: A Visual Approach

Faster Program Evaluation Planning: A New Visual Approach (Video 6)

Traditionally, program evaluation plans have been 20-100 page documents which are often inaccessible for busy stakeholders who these days have little time to read them. A new approach is proposed in this video where program evaluation plans are set out in a fully visual format based on a visual program logic (outcomes model). Such visual program evaluation plans can also be used to control the implementation of the evaluation. (List of resources relevant to this video).        Back to Video List

Faster Program Evaluation Planning: A New Visual Approach

Fostering Evidence-Based Practice Using Visual Program Logics (Outcomes Models) (Video 9)

Large collections of evidence summaries are being brought together on the internet (such as the Cochrane Collaboration in health). Visual program logics (outcomes models) used by working practitioners provide a basis for connecting these evidence-based collections in a practical way with the way in which practitioners are working. (List of resources relevant to this video).        Back to Video List

Fostering Evidence-Based Practice Using Visual Program Logics (Outcomes Models)