Integrated knowledge management systems are considered crucial to sustainable evaluation practice that builds organizational learning capacity
KN Flow Anaheim 11 2 11.pptx
It can be counted throughout all of the organization’s conditions, contexts, and management areas
Knowledge Flow-A Continuous Force in Effective Evaluation2.pdf
The term Knowledge Flow represents the dynamic creation and exchange of organizational knowledge across groups, levels, and knowledge forms. This study investigated six exemplary organizations that systematically incorporated knowledge flow into their evaluative decisions. The study...
Knowledge Flow-A Continuous Force in Effective Evaluation.pdf
Nonprofit organizations have become more sophisticated in evaluating and reporting on their effectiveness and impact. However, internal systems often need to be built and maintained to ensure that evaluation information is used to address stakeholder reporting needs and to promote...
AEA_2011.11.02_Promoting Eval Use Joint Presentation_FINAL.pptx
Evaluations of attemps to improve the use of evidence informed decision making in healthcare organizations have focused on impact on individual skills and knowledge and failed to grasp how learning processes occur in the organizations. We conducted a research project on the organizational impact...
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Presentation at the Ignite Session #304, held on Thursday, Oct 17, 2013 - 2013 AEA Conference, Washington D.C. #KnowledgeTransfer #NationalEvaluation #InternationalandCross-CulturalEval #Indonesia #2013Conference #OrganizationalLearningandEvalCapacityBuilding
Expert Lecture Sponsored by the Presidential Strand Chair - Gail Barrington, Barrington Research Group Inc Presenter - Melanie Barwick, The Hospital for Sick Children Discussant - Daniel Stufflebeam, Western Michigan University #2011Conference #KnowledgeTranslation
Barwick Evaluation Use and Knowledge Translation v2.pdf