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Tools for Theory of Change Analysis of Environmental Programs

It is a crucial element of evaluation required by multilateral agencies and international organizations, for instance, UNEP, UNDP, and WWF The trainers use a Miradi Conservation Planning software (https://www.miradi.org/) to teach the skill of making a ToC analysis by explaining such tools as a Conceptual Model, Results Chains, and Process Tracing. The participants will learn how to build a Conceptual Model in Miradi by matching together conservation targets, threats and opportunities; and to construct a Results Chain of activities, outputs, outcomes, and impact

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Eval10 Session 217: Assessing Evaluation Capacity - Using the Evaluation Capacity Diagnostic Tool

Presenter(s): Lande Ajose, BTW Informing Change, lajose@informingchange.com Kristi Kimball, William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, kkimball@hewlett.org Abstract: This workshop will help evaluators determine a nonprofit’s readiness for evaluation. After presenting several stories of working...

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Workshop 37 Uncovering Context in Evaluation: Systems, Organizational Development and Appreciative Inquiry Tools

Power Point slides #Inquirey #2009 #system #Conference #Evaluation2009 #tools #Appreciative

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Focus Search - From each perspective, describe the following: Clients who are this system’s beneficiaries Actors who transform these inputs to outputs Transformation desired from inputs into outputs Weltanschauung (world view or values) – relevant viewpoints and assumptions Owner(s) to whom the system is answerable and/or could cause it not to exist Environment that influences but does not control the system Conceptual Model SS Tools [image: image3.png] This conceptual model is more fully described in the left column of the matrix below Matrix for Comparing the Ideal and the Real WHAT DOES THE IDEAL SYSTEM LOOK LIKE (CONCEPTUAL MODEL) WHAT ACTUALLY HAPPEN IN REALITY WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES – “THE WISHES” IN A.I


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Evaluate the Evaluator

Diagnostic tool developed by Public Profit to help organizations determine current capacity around evaluation. #2016Conference #Eval16

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Eval 16: Using the Evaluation Capacity Diagnostic

Organizations conducting evaluation are in a better position to learn about their work and make data-informed decisions if they first understand their own capacity to evaluate. Informing Change developed the Evaluation Capacity Diagnostic Tool to both right-size an evaluation design as well as...

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Focus Search - Developing a Conceptual Model for our Work/Designing Evaluation Score Our organization has articulated how we expect change to occur and how we expect specific activities to contribute to this change


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More Than Just a Needs Assessment

It's subtle, but can you see the difference between these two evaluation questions? "What are the top needs of our stakeholders?" and "What are the best opportunities for our program?" The first calls for a traditional needs assessment. The second is what I call a "Needs Assessment Plus," which...

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Exploring Effective Strategies for Facilitating Evauation Capacity Building

These handouts describe our evaluation capacity building model, the knowledge, skills, and attitudes related to ECB, as well as detailed descriptions of several capacity building approaches. #TeachingofEvaluation #2009Conference #evaluation #HowTo #capacity #Evaluation2009 ...

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Evaluating R&D Programs: R&D Evaluation Planning, Concept Mapping and Logic Modeling

Slides from presentation to the Washington Research Evaluation Network, June 2008. Examines: What new useful and applicable approaches and tools for ex-ante evaluations have been uncovered? Which agencies have used these tools? How can these tools be matched with different levels of decision...

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