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  1. OM 101: Developing Logic Models

  2. Agenda • Welcome & Introductions • Establishing the Context • The Basic Terms • “Scoring” • Writing Your Own OM 101 - Developing Logic Models

  3. Introductions • Please tell us: • Your name • Organization and your role • One thing you want to get out of this session OM 101 - Developing Logic Models

  4. Agency Outcome Measurement Is a system of evaluation that focuses on measuring the collective effect of an agency’s different programs on the participants. Community Outcome Measurement Is a system of evaluation that focuses on measuring the collective effect of programs, agencies and policies on a particular community. Program Outcome Measurement What is this all about? Is a system of evaluation that focuses on measuring the effect of a program on the participants. OM 101 - Developing Logic Models

  5. Outcome Measurement Focus Traditional Focus Outcomes Focus • Resources • What are the Services? • How are the Services offered? • How many people received Service? • Services • Program Design • Number of Clients What changed? OUTCOMES OM 101 - Developing Logic Models

  6. Benefits to Programs • The findings (data) and the logic model provide your agency with a communication tool; • Clarify the intended purpose of the program(s) and the agency’s mission; and help to focus staff • Improve the service delivery of the program by focusing on key tasks; • Identify effective practices within the program and/or agency; • Enhance record keeping system OM 101 - Developing Logic Models

  7. Terms & Definitions Logic Model • An agreed upon path that links inputs, activities, outputs, and outcomes in a logical fashion. • A breakdown of the program “theory” into pieces – inputs, activities, outputs, and outcomes. • A diagram for explaining why we think our programs will have a positive effect on a person or group of people. OM 101 - Developing Logic Models

  8. Terms & Definitions Inputs • Resources dedicated to or consumed by the program(s) within an agency and constraints on the agency • Financial Resources • Staff Skills • Funder Requirements Activities • What the agency does with the inputs to fulfill its mission – the program services • Feed and shelter homeless families • Discuss problems and barriers to employment Outputs The direct products of agency services – the results of the process • Number of classes taught • Number of disabled children in program OM 101 - Developing Logic Models

  9. Outcomes Terms & Definitions Benefits or changes to individuals or populations during or after participating in agency activities • Programs often seek to change or improve: • Attitude • Skills • Behavior • Condition Bingo OM 101 - Developing Logic Models

  10. Overview of Key Terms • Inputs - Resources dedicated to or consumed by the program(s) within an agency and constraints on the agency Activities - What the agency does with the inputs to fulfill its mission – the program services Outputs - The direct products of agency services – the results of the process Outcomes - Benefits or changes to individuals during or after participating in program activities OM 101 - Developing Logic Models

  11. Several Levels of Impact OUTCOMES OUTPUTS INPUTS • ACTIVITIES Initial Intermediate LONG TERM OM 101 - Developing Logic Models

  12. Initial Outcomes • The most immediate benefits or changes participants experience and the ones most influenced by the program’s outputs. • Changes in knowledge, attitudes, or skills Initial Teen Mother Parenting Education Program Teen mothers are knowledgeable of pre-natal nutrition and health guidelines. What’s the first change that you could expect? OM 101 - Developing Logic Models

  13. Intermediate Outcomes • Link a program’s initial outcomes to the longer-term outcomes it desires for participants. • Changes in behavior that result from the participants new knowledge, attitudes, or skills Initial Teen Mother Parenting Education Program • Teen mothers are knowledgeable of pre-natal nutrition and health guidelines. • Teen mothers follow proper nutrition and health guidelines. Intermediate OM 101 - Developing Logic Models

  14. Long -Term Outcomes • The ultimate outcome that a program desires to achieve for its participants. • The program’s Long -Term Outcomes are the most removed benefits that a program can reasonably expect to influence. Teen Mother Parenting Education Program • Teen mothers are knowledgeable of pre-natal nutrition and health guidelines. • Teen mothers follow proper nutrition and health guidelines. • Teen mothers deliver healthy babies. Initial Intermediate LONG TERM OM 101 - Developing Logic Models

  15. Sample Logic Model OM 101 - Developing Logic Models

  16. “Scoring” Logic Models • Each group should have 2 logic models and 2 “scoring” sheets • Read each logic model and then come to consensus on a “score” for each one – • Be sure to discuss your reasoning and if appropriate document ways that the logic model could be improved. OM 101 - Developing Logic Models

  17. Outcomes Where Do I Start? Where I am Inputs Activities Outputs Where I want to go OM 101 - Developing Logic Models

  18. Create a Logic Model Use the paper provided to create a logic model using a real-life example. Be sure to include a few examples for each term OM 101 - Developing Logic Models

  19. More “Scoring” • Each group should have a logic model to review (one which they did not create) • Read each logic model and then come to consensus on a “score” • Be sure to discuss your reasoning and if appropriate document ways that the logic model could be improved. OM 101 - Developing Logic Models

  20. Thank You • Please complete the evaluation form OM 101 - Developing Logic Models

  21. OM 101 Pre- and Post-Training Survey Please circle the response that best matches your level of understanding for each item. The first three items relate to your understanding prior to today’s training. And the other three items relate to your understanding after today’s training. Please complete both sides. OM 101 - Developing Logic Models

  22. OM 101 Training Comments Please complete both sides. OM 101 - Developing Logic Models