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Negotiating Evaluation Expectations AEA 2016 Taylor & Liadsky

Leaders in the nonprofit sector who want to build their internal capacity to conduct evaluation have access to a wealth of helpful resources. However, there are fewer guides available to those who want to get better at making strategic design choices about when to evaluate and why

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Focus Search - Evaluation discussions go better if the focus is on why the evaluation work matters and not just how to do it. 2

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How the Funder Can Structure a Useful Evaluation

Slide show from expert lecture presentation Saturday a.m. at Evaluation 2009. How the funder of evaluation can facilitate better cooperation among program and evaluation staff. #Non-ProfitsandFoundationsEvaluation #foundation #2009Conference #utilization #EvaluationUse #AdvocacyandPolicyChange #evaluation #Evaluation2009 #OrganizationalLearningandEvalCapacityBuilding #HealthEvaluation #EvaluationManagersandSupervisors

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Eval11 Session 776: Evaluation Follow-Up: Challenges and Lessons

PowerPoint slides for AEA 2011 Think Tank session on evaluation follow-up from presenters Osvaldo Feinstein, Bidjan Nashat, Mike Hendricks. Session abstract: "This Think Tank will examine key challenges and lessons for international, humanitarian and development, organizations in evaluation follow-up. The utility of evaluations is widely recognized as a fundamental standard of quality evaluations, and evaluations are premised on their potential contribution to organizational effectiveness and learning

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An Evaluative Approach to Quality Assurance in Higher Education (session #625)

What happens when an entire sector is required to shift from a compliance/audit model of quality assurance to an evaluative one, one that asks and answers explicitly evaluative questions about the value of outcomes and key contributing processes? Is it possible to build an evaluative culture across an entire sector?

AEA EQA 13 Nov 09 final.pdf

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Who Sets the Nonprofit Evaluation Agenda? AEA 2016 Slides

In the nonprofit world, evaluation and accountability are closely linked. Much of the evaluation work that takes place is motivated, at least in part, by a desire to meet the requirements of funders, who hope to use evaluation results to ensure that their grantmaking is evidence based and impactful. These requirements have led to more evaluation work taking place, which is great

AEA Who Sets the Nonprofit Evaluation Agenda? Taylor Liadsky.pdf

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Eval12 Session 694: The Choices We Make: Upping the Ante, or It's Hard to See Racism When You're White

Presentation Abstract: This Presidential Strand session is designed as an hour and half session designed to challenge evaluation practitioners to consider the meaningfulness of our work is a world than is growing increasing complex along ‘racial, ethnic, class, religious, economic and other socio-political lines’. The ‘racial fault-line’ is perhaps the most complex (and sensitive) of these to address constructively in a professional evaluation setting dedicated as we are to gathering and analyzing data to inform policies, practices and programs to shape a better society

The Choices We Make.10-26-2012.NotesEmbedded.pptx