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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. Sections include: 1.Sustained and Emerging Impact Evaluation: global context 2.SEIE: definitions and methods 3.Case studies: findings from post-project evaluations 4.Designing an SEIE: Considerations #SustainedImpact #sustainability #USAID #Exitstrategies #postproject #expost #SEIE #ProjectCycle #evaluation

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#eval14 Presentation #69:When do we Value Participant Voices for Sustained Impact? Now!

The lack of ex-post (post-project) evaluation speaks to both the inflexibility and lack of transparency of international aid, but also that not knowing the long-term ability of communities to sustain the outcomes or self-sustain the activities themselves limits successful future programming


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Eval11 Session 822: What's new in RealWorld Evaluation?

Presentation at AEA 2011 session #822 highlighting what's new in the 2nd edition of the RealWorld Evaluation book #2011Conference #InternationalandCross-CulturalEval #TheoriesofEvaluation #RealWorldEvaluationbook

822 What's new in RealWorld Evaluation 2nd edition.pptx

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AEA 2019 Conference: Crafting Strong Measures for Indicators of Performance (2M Research)

This workshop focused on how to develop strong goals, objectives, and performance measures within an evaluation in order to demonstrate evidence of a successful intervention. The workshop provided definitions of goals, objectives, and performance measures and the criteria that should be...

Crafting Strong Measures_2M Research_AEA 2019.pdf

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Eval13 Session 118: Assessing Scalability

International development addresses problems that reach across borders and affect millions of people, requiring broadly applicable tools that can be sustainably applied across sectors. To do this, innovative solutions need to be effectively scaled, and this requires not only a separate skills...

MSI's Scaling in Evaluations - AEA 2013- FINAL-ext.pptx

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Effective Research Program Evaluation to connect Research, Development and Innovation in Japan (2)


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Focus Search - Purpose of study - Improve the success rate of NEDO projects - Improve NEDO project management - Build the system for handing down the knowledge 5 追跡調査と情報発信 Follow-up monitoring period Pre-Project evaluation 簡易・詳細追跡調査 Follow-up evaluation Monitoring immediately after project Simplified and detailed monitoring Post 2 years monitoring Post 4 years monitoring Post 6 years monitoring Project period Activity for practical application in company Management Guideline/ Check List Feedback Post-Project evaluation Interim evaluation 6 - Case Study Analysis → Yoshida - Numerical Analysis of Questionnaire → Isshiki ・Discontinued and Terminated ・Commercialized Success Factor Analysis 3

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Eval12 Session 775: Measuring Collaboration - How Do You Know When Professionals “Collaborate” Well?

Presentation from the AEA 2012 Think Tank entitled, "Measuring Collaboration: How Do You Know When Professionals 'Collaborate' Well?" (session #775). Includes general questions to consider when planning to evaluate collaborations and three example approaches to evaluating collaboration from the...

Think Tank - Measuring Collaboration Oct 22 2012 for FINAL review.pptx

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Practice to Research: Shifting the Paradigm to Partner with Local Universities and Research Institutions

Eval 2016 Session: Human Service personnel are often focused on the necessity of attending to funder and regulatory requirements and the immediate need of serving their clients. These daily rigors allow little time for reflection or staying cognizant of the relevant academic literature and...

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Focus Search -  Demand for different expertise and knowledge  Ability for outside perspective  Access to networking opportunities  Access to volunteers or young workforce Drive the Research Agenda  Broaden the definition of “research” • Culture of Curiosity • Rigorous Performance Measurement • Evaluation • Qualitative or Quantitative data • Research – capital “R” Two Approaches & Skills  Non-Profit Mission • Social and Behavioral Sciences • Public Health • Education  Non-Profit Business • Business School • English • Political Science Paradigm Shift  Good Partnerships • CANS Assessment Tool (S4KF) • Dissertation on paternal involvement in breastfeeding outcomes (CFC)  Great Partnerships • Social Media Evaluation University of Tampa-College of Business (S4KF) • Success Stories University of South Florida-English Department (S4KF) • Explorer’s Club – RMC Research (CFC) • Collaborative Research Institute University of South Florida- College of Public Health (CFC) Decision Making Framework Handout Framework’s Guiding Assumptions Focus on Mission (Services) or Business (Administration) Project based Outside the scope of agencys daily operations Sufficient value worth the partnership Level of staff involvement is low intensity Sustainable post project Considerations 1

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Designing a partner-centered ECB initiative: 360° perspectives from a corporate philanthropy program

Presentation from AEA 2016 Conference (Eval16) providing perspectives from a funder, external evaluators, and NGO partners regarding a partner-centered evaluation capacity-building initiative. #Conference #Eval16 #Conference2016

AEA HF slides FINAL (10-26-2016).pdf

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Valuing What Matters: Using the Social Return on Investment (SROI) methodology in international development programs

Social Return on Investment (SROI) is a methodology used to understand and assess the value of the social, economic and environmental outcomes created by an activity or an organization. SROI is centered on beneficiary engagement where project stakeholders identify outcomes and the relative...

SROI panel AEA Pact 29 Oct 2016 external.pdf