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  1. Evaluating Capacity Development

    Event
    1st January, 2011

    UNICEF, the Rockefeller Foundation, Claremont Graduate University, IOCE and DevInfo, are offering a series of live webinars on “Emerging Practices in Development Evaluation”.January 2011 Evaluating Capacity Development Peter Morgan, Independent Consultant

  2. Evaluating Organizational Performance

    Event
    1st February, 2011

    UNICEF, the Rockefeller Foundation, Claremont Graduate University, IOCE and DevInfo, are offering a series of live webinars on “Emerging Practices in Development Evaluation”.February 2011 Evaluating Organizational Performance Charles Lusthaus, Co-Founder and Chairman of the Board of Directors, Universalia Management Group; and Associate Professor, McGill University

  3. Evaluating Innovation

    Event
    1st March, 2011

    UNICEF, the Rockefeller Foundation, Claremont Graduate University, IOCE and DevInfo, are offering a series of live webinars on “Emerging Practices in Development Evaluation”.March 2011 Evaluating Innovation Steve Rochlin, Director and U.S. Representative for AccountAbilit

  4. Evaluating Sustainable Development

    Event
    1st April, 2011

    UNICEF, the Rockefeller Foundation, Claremont Graduate University, IOCE and DevInfo, are offering a series of live webinars on “Emerging Practices in Development Evaluation”. April 2011 Evaluating Sustainable Development Alastair Bradstock, Business Development Director, International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) http://intelligentmeasurement.wordpress.com/2010/09/24/webinars-on-development-evaluation/

  5. Managing challenging interviews

    Event
    7th July, 2011
    United Kingdom

    This one-day course will explore the key issues in planning for and conducting qualitative interviews with vulnerable populations. The course will cover: defining vulnerability and risk assessing risk ethical issues managing risks for participants managing risks for researchers controlling the interview dynamic This is an advanced course and will assume an understanding of the principles of conducting qualitative research interviews.

  6. The Stories We Tell: The Power of Narrative for Building Organisational Engagement with David Hutchens

    Event
    27th April, 2011

    Today, more and more organizational practitioners are asking questions about the role of story in their work. So what is organizational storytelling? And what are some tools we can apply today to begin capturing that elusive prize of "employee engagement?" In this webinar, author David Hutchens will offer a look at the current world of organizational narrative, as well as some narrative-based learning tools that you can start using right away. $129 USD Organisation: Pegasus Communication

  7. Applying a Systems-Based Approach to Implementing Change with Lance Dublin

    Event
    26th May, 2011

    The realities of today's world have made change an ongoing fact of life in organizations:change in technologies, process, roles and responsibilities, culture, and more.  The challenge though is not in managing these changes but in implementing them-ensuring that the changes become embedded into the culture of the organization.

  8. Systems Concepts and Outcome Mapping

    Event
    3rd May, 2011
    United Kingdom

    In this webinar, Bob Williams and Richard Hummelbrunner will introduce the systems field, from which OM has drawn significantly. They'll present the three concepts of inter-relationships, perspectives and boundaries - three things that are implicit in OM but often taken for granted. They also share their reflections on OM from a systems point of view. In addition, Ricardo Wilson-Grau will comment on their presentation from the perspective of an OM practitioner.

  9. Workshop on Evaluation and Applied Research Methods (Professional Development Workshop Series, Stauffer Symposium, and Celebration of Professor Michael Scriven's Career)

    Event
    19th August, 2011 to 22nd August, 2011
    United States

    This longstanding series provides practical and theoretical training in evaluation and applied research through one-day workshops, taught by academics and practitioners from across the globe.

  10. Quasi-Experimental Methods (Summer 2011 Professional Development Workshops Series of Claremont Graduate University)

    Event
    19th August, 2011
    United States

    Facilitator:  William D. Crano Complicated situation in social science and evaluation means randomized experiments may not be the most feasible option. In these situations, quasi experiments may be more relevant. Beginning with a consideration of randomized experiments, strengths and weaknesses, threats to internal and external validity and reliability, the workshop will then introduce quasi experiments. Designs that do not use random assignment or a control group or pretest, will be considered.

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