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Public Administration
Logic Model
A logic model is said to be a reasonable and practical model used to explain the process of a
program under certain environmental circumstances in order to resolve recognized problems.
It is a very beneficial strategy for classifying the component and outcomes of the program
along with essential contextual aspects influencing operations and outcomes of the program
(Wholey Hatry & Newcomer, 2010). Evaluability valuation discovers the information
requirements of all the stakeholders such as managers, policymakers, etc. the viability and
costs of responding alternative assessment questions; and the possible usage of assessment
findings, for instance, to enhance the performance of the program or to communicate the
program activities value to all the stakeholders or policymakers.
Elements of Logic Model
Resources/Inputs- A series of reports that record all the things, intangible and tangible,
required attaining the goals.
Activities- These are the strategies or program organized by the organization
Intermediate Outcomes- Intermediate outcomes or influences are the acute central layer of
any type of measurement structure or framework.
Outputs- The long-term and short-term effects of applying the definite procedures to the
resources/inputs recognized.
Advantages of the Logic Model
Logic model support in communicating the program to those related people present outside
the program in a brief and convincing manner
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