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What is a System Story? How Do I Create One? How Do I Use One?

Evaluators often work in complex situations that are hard to describe. Traditional logic models have been the primary tools for wrapping our heads around program theory and context. However, in complex situations, these logic models quickly become so overcrowded with boxes and arrows that it is...

System Story AEA presentation.pptx

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Eval13 Session 304: The Evaluator and the Right Brain

In his bestselling book, A Whole New Mind, Daniel Pink argues that left-brain analytical skills are no longer sufficient to thrive professionally (in the developed world). Instead, we need more from our right-brain, our creative, empathetic, big picture side. Why? Abundance, automation, and...

The Evaluator and the Right Brain.pdf