January 4, 2004 | External Resource, Toolkit
Guiding Program Direction with Logic Models
W.K. Kellogg Foundation
January, 4, 2004
A logic model is a framework that organizes a program and shows planned results. It helps programs to stay on target and recognize whether they are veering off course. Thus, logic models generally lead to more effective programs, greater learning among stakeholders, and clearer knowledge about what works, as well as what does not. Planning and monitoring your grant progress with a logic model is an important way of systematically evaluating your steps along the way and producing measurable impact.