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Addressing the Challenges of Systems Change Evaluation: Tools for Assessment

Existing definitions and models of systems change are reviewed, and practical challenges of systems change evaluation will be discussed. Meta-evaluation information will be used to identify the kinds of changes that occur when systems change efforts have been successful.Finally, efforts to assess within the context of ongoing systems change evaluation projects are discussed, and the use of a new assessment tool is introduced. Information from the fields of developmental disabilities, education, and substance abuse will be used as examples #ResearchonEvaluation #Systems #2009Conference #SystemsinEvaluation #Evaluation2009 #TheoriesofEvaluation #Change #efforts #HowTo #evaluating

AEA systems change 11 08 09.doc

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Eval11 Session 361: A Logic Model Framework for Programs with Systems Change Intents

Recently, strands of several frameworks have been combined into a global logic model framework to guide systemic change efforts. These include: a) The Route to Success framework (PADDC, 2009) for effecting systems change that includes improving the knowledge base, selecting social strategies, engaging stakeholders, supporting policy entrepreneurs, and using unexpected events (or “tipping points”); b) a model for change (Newman & Lobosco, 2008) that identifies four domains of successful systems change–policies and procedures, infrastructure, design and delivery of services, and expectation of outcomes and experiences; and c) Scheirer’s (2010) delineation of four dimensions of sustainability (individual, organization, community and population) that emphasizes concepts or programmatic philosophy rather than funding. These strands, when braided together, form a logic model framework useful for education and human services programs with systems change intents

AEA2011 logic model framework.pdf

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Eval11 Session 570: Building Coalition and Evaluator Evaluation Capacity to Measure Community and Systems Change: A Local Evaluator Perspective

membership satisfaction and collaborative functioning) and distal outcomes (e.g., behavior change). However, there is a growing understanding of the process by which coalitions contribute to distal outcomes that now includes creating systems/community changes. These systems/community changes appear to be intermediate outcomes needed to influence long-term outcomes of improvement in health and well-being for the community

Building Coalition and Evaluator Evaluation Capacity to Measure FINAL AEA shared file.pptm

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The State of Developmental Evaluation in the Early 21st Century

Evaluation in complex dynamic systems requires nimble adaptation, timely feedback, and special attention to phenomena like emergence, nonlinearity, and dynamical changes

State of Developmental Eval AEA 2013.pdf

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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...

SWOT AEA presentation.pptx

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Evaluating Complex System Interventions

Here are three resources on using a systems-orientation to evaluation from the presession that Meg Hargreaves and I conducted at the 2009 Conference about evaluating complex system interventions. I'm posting the powerpoint slides we used, a set of questions that help build a systemic orientation...

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