Knowledge Mapping for Greater Social Good

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Dr. Wright has 20 years of research experience. As director of research and evaluation at Meaningful Evidence, LLC (, she helps social purpose organizations use research to tackle complex issues and increase their social impact. She has led research for dozens of projects for leading government, non-profit, and business organizations. Recent clients include National Alliance for Caregiving, Search for Common Ground USA, and Howard University. She earned her PhD in public policy/program evaluation.

Dr. Wallis is a Fulbright Specialist and international visiting scholar – consulting and teaching on theory, policy, and strategic planning. An award-winning scholar, and Director of Meta Analysis at Meaningful Evidence, LLC, he has a decade of organization development consulting experience with a range of public, private, and non-profit organizations in Northern California. He also mentors doctoral students at Capella University. He has authored dozens of publications, with hundreds of citations, and a growing list of international co-authors. An interdisciplinary thinker, his works cover a range of fields including psychology, ethics, science, management, organizational learning, entrepreneurship, and policy.

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Program managers, executives, researchers, and evaluators at social purpose organizations have at least one thing in common. We all want to increase the social impact of our organizations. Unfortunately, the research you need to support that goal often ends up as “piles of data” sitting on a shelf.

“Causal knowledge mapping” is a new, easier, scientific technique for arranging, assessing, and applying knowledge gained from large amounts of data for collaboration, presentation, and effective decision-making. In this webinar, you will learn the basics of:

* Using an online platform to create interactive causal knowledge maps

* Using maps to support planning and action

* Assessing and improving your mapped knowledge

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