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Model Logic Model

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Michael Valente

on 12 September 2013

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Transcript of Model Logic Model

Is...
Is not...
Outcomes
Simplest Form
Can be applied to:
a small program
a process (i.e. a team working together)
a large, multi-component program
or even to an organization or business
Dates to late 1960’s

yet are in widespread use:

Public Sector
Non-Profit Sector
Private Sector
International Agencies
Evaluation
Why so popular?
Focus on and be accountable for what matters – OUTCOMES
Provides common language
Makes assumptions EXPLICIT
Supports continuous improvement
Promotes communications
Everyday example:

Eat food
H
u
n
g
r
y

Get food

Feel better
Your Turn:
VISTA Picnic
Logic Models show a relationship:
IF
THEN
IF
IF
THEN
THEN
Underlying a logic model is a series of ‘if-then’ relationships that express the program’s
theory of change
.
How will activities lead to desired outcomes?
IF THEN
Tutoring Program Example:
A series of if-then relationships
IF THEN
IF THEN
IF THEN
IF THEN
We invest time and money
We can provide tutoring 3 hrs/week for 1 school year to 50 children
Students struggling academically can be tutored
They will learn and improve their skills
They will get better grades
They will move to next grade level on time
“I think you should be more explicit here in Step Two.”
A logic model makes the connections EXPLICIT.
Often activities and strategies do not lead to the desired outcomes

‘if-then’ statements help to ensure you are working toward the outcomes you want to achieve.
Step 1: Define the Situation!
What issue/need exists that can addressed through a programmatic response?
Why
does it exist?
For
whom
does it exist?
Who
has a stake in the problem?
What
can be changed?

Make sure you do the research!
Don’t simply assume you know the cause
If the issue is incorrectly understood and diagnosed, everything that flows from it will be wrong.
Outputs vs Outcomes
what we DO
vs
what RESULTS
So Why Bother??
“This seems like a lot of work.”

“I’m a right brain type of person – this isn’t for me.”

“Even if we created one, what would we do with it?”
Totally Worth It

Guides and helps focus work
Leads to improved planning and management
Increases intentionality and purpose
Enhances teamwork

Final Check:
Is it meaningful?
Does it make sense?
Is it doable?
Can it be verified?
Logic Model
A depiction of a program showing what the program will do and what it is to accomplish.
A series of “if-then” relationships that, if implemented as intended, lead to the desired outcomes
The core of program planning and evaluation
A theory
Reality
An evaluation model or method
Outputs
Inputs
AKA
Theory of Change
Model of Change
Conceptual Map
Outcome Map
Program Logic
Your Turn:
VISTA Picnic
Your Turn!
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