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IQ's Outcome Measurement Guidebook
Finally – Outcome Measurement Strategies Anyone Can Understand is Laurel Molloy’s to-the-point guidebook designed for those who prefer working with people instead of spreadsheets. Straightforward explanations, recommendations, and user-friendly exercises give readers the knowledge and skills needed to develop a solid outcome measurement system for their organization. Preview its Contents here.
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Reader’s Corner
“Laurel Molloy’s workshops and book have helped me better understand and use the tools of outcomes-based evaluation.  Her clear, concise, and memorable exercises and examples are essential for any educator or organization to increase their impact.”
- William Crow, Museum Educator & University Professor

Purchasers of this book include the American Red Cross, United Nations ILO, Columbia University Business School, Outward Bound, and United Way.

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“Developed through years of work with real nonprofits, the book offers concrete recommendations that will help even the least evaluation-inclined individuals gather the data they need to position their organization for success.”
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Articles
Laurel Molloy has also published a number of articles, including:
 
“Strategic Program Planning: A Recipe for Success”
Published in Camping Magazine, March/April 2006
Published by the American Camp Association
Available at www.acacamps.org
 
“A Review of Outcome Frameworks: An Overview for Practitioners”
Published in the Journal for Nonprofit Management, Fall 2004
Published by the Support Center for Nonprofit Management
Available at www.supportcenteronline.org
 
“Beyond Surveys: Exploring Alternative Ways to Measure Camp’s Benefits”
Published in Camping Magazine, July/August 2004
Published by the American Camp Association
Available at www.acacamps.org
 
“What Was Our Outcome?: One Organization’s Journey with Outcome Measurement”
Published in the Journal of Boys & Girls Clubs Professionals, 1998
Published by the Boys & Girls Clubs of America
Available at www.bgca.org