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Ib Petersen Oct 25
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Anne Vo, PhD Oct 25
“...for an to be impactful, it has to give a voice for those whose voices are not usually heard.”
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Rakesh Mohan 10m
Beautiful music and words! Amazing virtual experience -- more than just a conference. Loved it! Thank you and !
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ΖΔCΗ ΤΙLTΟΝ 23h
Looking forward to mentoring again for the Global Mentoring Program.
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The Health Agency Wester Hailes 5h
Useful reminders on evaluation at this morning’s session with
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Rakesh Mohan 34m
"Evaluators are not stationary. We go out into the communities." --
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Rakesh Mohan 23h
Very much looking forward to presenting at the business meeting of the Government Topical Interest Group of Maintaining Evaluator Credibility Amidst Political Divisiveness Join us on Oct 26, '20 (5:30-6:30 PM Eastern) Register
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Rakesh Mohan Oct 22
I'm committed to —Speaking truth to power —Keeping social justice issues at the center of approach —Maintaining independence —Being responsive to sponsors & stakeholders —Promoting accountability & confidence in govt —Maintaining process transparent
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E. Jane Davidson, Ph.D. Oct 25
OUT with these crazy 20-page executive summaries (that literally no executive will read!!) and IN with a snappy one-pager. A great one-pager generates curiosity and gets more people cracking the report open for some detail.
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SCORECARD M&E LTD Oct 25
The demand for continues to rise. More and more NGO leaders & practitioners strive to design evidence-based programs, at the same time, more and more funding agencies require their grantees to provide evidence to demonstrate the success of their funded work.
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Blue Marble Evaluation 23h
Eval2020 has begun! Don't miss Friday's session on Evaluation and the Challenge of Our Time with Andy Rowe and Beverly Parsons.
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CEBIS 2h
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IPDET Oct 26
Two days left until October 28 at 1pm CET: MiniSeries with Alumni on the power of IPDET, their take aways and how to apply learnings to work. Sign up for free:
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WashingtonEvaluators 2h
☕ Join two WE members - Katherine Dawes of EPA and GWU, and Cindy Clapp-Wincek of Headlight Consulting - for an 8AM session tomorrow at on "Issues and Decisions in Starting (or Restarting) Federal Offices". 📣
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Rakesh Mohan Oct 25
Agree, Jane. No one reads "crazy 20-page executive summaries." Here are couple of examples of our recent one-page report highlights. Full reports are online:
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Bartels Mikrotechnik Oct 26
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Rakesh Mohan 26m
"We all want to reveal truth." -- , Plenary Speaker
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AEJOnline Oct 26
Evaluation education in South Africa: Characteristics and challenges in a changing world
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George𝕲🇺🇸 Oct 24
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Brian Shaffer Oct 25
Feedback is usually attached to an , while is attached to potential.
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