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Barking up a Better Tree panel: Wed, Oct 26, 2016 (04:30 PM - 06:00 PM) : M104

The session reviews both how we need to fill a gap in the project cycle (currently missing post-project evaluation of sustainability) but also how sustainability can be designed in, monitored and evaluated throughout the cycle


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Eval10 Session 663: Systems Perspectives on Using Logic Models to Improve Evaluation Quality

Papers and presentations from the session: Systems Perspectives on Using Logic Models to Improve Evaluation Quality Panel Session 663 #SystemsinEvaluation #model #2010Conference #logframe #Systems #program #TheoriesofEvaluation #Logic

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Focus Search - * Variations to Logical Framework: Project Cycle Management Developed in the 1990s as reaction to initial critique on logframes Based on three principles: 1


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Eval12 Session 339: Reconstruction of Program Logic Models as an Essential Component of Program Evaluation

In the real world logic of programs under evaluation is not always clear and consistent. According to my experience, three most common flaws in program logic are: (1) use of indicators instead of goals and objectives (the goals are “too SMART”), (2) lack of program/project goals, and (3) lack of...

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Eval12 Session 902: Assessing the Strengths and Limitations of Web-Based Performance Measurement and Reporting Systems

Performance measurement and reporting systems (PMRS) housed in web-based management information systems are widely used in the public sector to improve accountability and inform decision making. Periodic evaluation of these systems ensures effective performance measurement. This panel...

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Session 847 Evolution of Evaluation in INGOs

Case study of the strategies that led to the strengthening of Design, Monitoring and Evaluation in CARE during 12 years Jim Rugh headed that work, plus brief annexes from CRS, Save and American Red Cross. #evaluation #in #2009Conference #Session #Evaluation2009 #847 ...

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Conference PDW #11: RealWorld Evaluation - Practical Tips for Doing Evaluations in Spite of Budget, Time, Data and Political Constraints

Have you had the experience of being asked to perform an evaluation of a project that was almost finished, there was no baseline, and there can’t be a comparison group, yet your clients expected “rigorous impact evaluation”? Not only that, but as you were negotiating the terms of reference you...

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Eval11 Workshop 11: What's New in RealWorld Evaluation?

PowerPoint presentation plus condensed overview of the new RealWorld Evaluation book (to be published by Sage in December). In graduate school, you might have learned how to do research using randomized control trials. Then you were asked to design an evaluation of a “real” program. But, what if...

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RealWorld Evaluation Slides and Condensed Overview of RealWorld Evaluation from SI10

Session Description: What do you do when asked to perform an evaluation on a program that is well underway? When your questions about baseline data and control groups are met with blank stares? When time and resources are few, yet clients expect “rigorous impact evaluation”? When there are...

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