L’objectif de BetterEvaluation est simple : améliorer la théorie et la pratique du suivi et de l’évaluation.
El objetivo de BetterEvaluation es simple: mejorar la práctica y la teoría del monitoreo y la evaluación
In this flipped conference session, we invite participants and evaluators, evaluation managers and evaluation capacity developers around the world to build and share knowledge about what can be done to support the use of evaluation findings after they've been reported.
Together we will explore these questions:
Q1. What are the different options for supporting the use of evaluation findings once reporting has been done?
We have all been there. You dive into a new book or head to a conference/workshop/course and come out all fired up about a new evaluation method. But when you get back to the real world, applying it turns out to be harder than you thought! What next?
This month we're celebrating our 5th birthday!
The 2017 American Evaluation Association conference, with the theme 'Learning to Action' is coming soon - the conference runs from November 8-11. Here are some ways you can be part of it, whether you can make it in person or not.
The material from BetterEvaluation comes from a combination of curating existing material and co-creating new material. This blog is part of an ongoing series about material that we have co-created with BetterEvaluation users. It shares material that was jointly developed through a challenge process at the 2017 Australasian Evaluation Society conference in Canberra in September.
Thank you to everyone who contributed to this co-creation challenge!
The material from BetterEvaluation comes from a combination of curating existing material and co-creating new material. This blog is part of an ongoing series about material that we have co-created with BetterEvaluation users.
This guest blog is by Anoushka Kenley from NPC, who is one of the authors of NPC's recent report on Global Innovations in Measurement and Evaluation. Anoushka shares with us a bit of the process behind the report, and discusses three of the eight trends that the report focuses on and why they're important.
We've got our head in realism this week, partly because early-bird registrations for the 2017 International Realist Conference close soon (Early-bird registration deadline has been extended until Thursday, September), and partly because we've been shown Chris Lysy's realist cartoon series (commissioned by the Rameses project) which made us giggle. You can view the full series of cartoons on the Rameses website, along with a number of other great resources about realist evaluation, including Ray Pawson's video series.