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Performance Management to Program Evaluation: Creating a Complementary Connection

Distinguishing between performance management (PM) and program evaluation (PE) often presents challenges for program directors. The relationship between PM and PE also continues to perplex the evaluator as well, many of whom are now being asked to complete both, often simultaneously. Through a...

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Eval 2013 Session 307: Integrated Approach to Results Management in a Knowledge Organization - The Experience of the World Bank Institute

Materials shared in the session at the 2013 Conference session on the World Bank Institute's approach to results management. The panel includes a conceptual introduction to the Capacity Development and Results Framework, an exploration of the World Bank Institute's results management cycle and...

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Determining the Added-Value of Partnerships

This presentation outlines a framework from which to assess value-added for partnership-related activities during the various stages of a partnership, from formation to management. Partnerships are explored from two angles: the project; and, the partnership, itself. Early and consistent...

DETERMINING THE ADDED-VALUE OF PARTNERSHIPS, Vivienne J Wildes AEA conference presentation.pptx


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Eval12 Session 356: Measuring Performance Measurement

Notes and slides from a round table presentation to AEA conference 2012. Presentation Abstract: Performance measurement is a useful, if difficult, discipline. Statements such as ‘what gets measured, gets managed’ indicate its centrality to management. Sound performance measures can provide a...

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Eval12 Session 408: The Complexity of Training and Development Evaluation

This paper examines the complexities of training and development evaluation conducted by a university-based center for for-profit clients under consideration of (1) relationships, (2) responsibilities, and (3) relevance. To illustrate the complexities of "relationships," the authors are first...

The Complexity of Training and Development Evaluation.pdf


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Report on The Nigeria Rural Investment Climate Surveys in 3 Nigerian States (2010-2011): World Bank-commissioned Study

World Bank Group awarded a contract to Sharon Consultative and Research Management, Nigeria in 2010 to undertake an intricate survey work comprising enterprise survey, community survey and household survey in Lagos, Kano and Enugu States to assess the Rural Investment Climate in Nigeria and...

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Eval10 Session 395: Process Lessons from Capital Projects: $13 Billion and Counting

This document was presented by Kate Rohrbaugh at Evaluation 2010, Session 395 titled "Process Lessons from Applied Research and Evaluation from Capital Projects", and sponsored by the Business and Industry TIG. Abstract: Capital projects in industry are projects that require the investment of...

AEA_Presentation_FNL_post presentation.pdf



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Needs Chain Model

An individual’s needs change over time, and the needs could be unstable or vary continuously due to other hidden or unconscious needs. Organizations or companies have goals or objectives that are expected to be achieved in a specific period, but these organizations might not consider all...

Needs Chain Model.doc