Category Archives: Logic Models

Working Backwards

In previous posts, I have discussed the need to work backwards. Start with your outcomes first and then design your program. See how this quote from Steve Jobs it applies to the logic model I have been advocating for. You’ve … Continue reading

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Start backwards to move forward

Many funders will require you to complete a logic model with your grant application. In essence a logic model is an “If, then statement”. A logic model lays the program theory behind your activities and approaches and tells the audience … Continue reading

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