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  1. Genuine Evaluation

    Blog
    3rd May, 2011

    http://genuineevaluation.com/ 

    Patricia Rogers and Jane Davidson share their ideas about real, genuine, authentic, practical evaluation – what it looks like, good examples, bad examples, lessons learned, tips, useful practices and methodologies.
  2. The Evaluation Evangelist

    Blog
    3rd May, 2011
    A blog on the development of policy and processes regarding evaluation.
  3. Outcomes Hierarchy

    Synonyms: 
    Outcomes Chain, Theory of Change (TOC), Results Chain, Impact Pathways
    Evaluation Option
    Accent to the top photo by Steve Hillebrand

    An outcomes hierarchy shows all the outcomes (from short-term to longer-term) required to bring about the ultimate goal of an intervention.  Unlike results chains, it does not show the activities linked to these outcomes.

     

  4. Realist Matrix

    Evaluation Option

    Realist matrices are a complementary approach to outcomes chains and other programme logic models. A realist matrix focuses on the causal mechanisms at work in a programme or project. It specifies what exactly in the programme creates the outcomes, and under what conditions.

  5. Risk Assessment

    Evaluation Option

    Conducting a risk assessment involves identifying potential negative impacts, their likelihood of occurring and how they might be avoided.

  6. 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.

  7. What To Expect From Your Evaluator

    Resource
    Guide
    2007

    This guide consists of 2 powerpoint slides in a World Bank training module which list ethical issues that an external evaluator ought to address.

  8. Memos and Email

    Evaluation Option

    Memos and emails can be used to help maintain ongoing communication among evaluation stakeholders through brief and specific messages about a particular issue.

  9. Postcards

    Evaluation Option

    Postcards can be used to collect information quickly, and they can also be used to provide a short report on evaluation findings (or an update on progress).

  10. Using Evaluation Findings

    Resource
    Guide

    This six page bulletin guides the reader through ways of communicating and using evaluation findings.

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