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- Converting an intellectual understanding of complexity into practical tools
- Evaluation as Social Technology
- How to Evaluate a Conference
- Integrating Evaluation and Agent-Based Modeling
- Program Logic, Program Theory, and Unintended Consequences: Understanding Relationships. Implementing Action
- System design: Requirements, complexity, and cost
- Systems as Program Theory and as Methodology: A Hands on Approach over the Evaluation Life Cycle: Workshop at the American Evaluation Association Summer Institute
- Unintended consequences, Development, and Democracy
- What to Do When Impacts Shift and Evaluation Design Requires Stability?
- Why Do Hospitals Coordinate Activities As They Do? Or: What I Learned From My Hip Surgery
- Workshop: Grappling With the Unexpected From Firefighting to Systematic Action
- Workshop: Logic Models — Beyond the Traditional View
- Part 1 of a 3 Part Series on how to Make AEA, and Evaluation, Relevant in the Future: What is Diversity?
- Part 2 of a 3 Part Series on how to Make AEA, and Evaluation, Relevant in the Future: AEA as an Evolving Organism
- Part 3 of a 3 Part Series on how to Make AEA, and Evaluation, Relevant in the Future: Evolution, Diversity and Change from the Middle
- Evaluation use by people opposed to the program
- Are Policy Makers, Program Designers and Managers Doing a Good Job if they Rely Too Much on Evaluation?
- Follow Surprises in Programs and their Evaluations on WordPress.com
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Category Archives: Logic Models and Program Theory
Using an evolutionary biology view to connect the intellectual development of evaluation and the development of the evaluation community
This post is an update to a post I did some time ago. I am adding to it based on some conversations I recently had at the annual meeting of the Canadian Evaluation Society. The topic I’m dealing with is … Continue reading
Prior to presenting my workshop this year I conducted an email conversation with participates. The technology was crude. I sent out email and asked people to hit “reply all”. Below are the (mostly unedited) comments. My responses to the participates … Continue reading
Preparation for AEA workshop: Logic Models – Beyond the Traditional View: Metrics, Methods, Expected and Unexpected Change
Place for participants to state preferences about workshop content, to let others offer an opinion about content for a workshop like this, and for participants to get to know each other. Continue reading
We have been musing about whether evaluation as practiced by the members of AEA is framed within too narrow range of political and social ideologies. Continue reading
Evaluating the relationship between development and democracy. Comments sought on draft of a presentation
Evaluating the relationship between development and democracy. Comments sought on draft of a presentation Continue reading
Surprise in Evaluation: Values and Valuing as Expressed in Political Ideology, Program Theory, Metrics, and Methodology (AEA 2011 – Think Tank Proposal)
Submitted by Jonny Morell Joanne Farley Tarek Azzam Abstract: How does political ideology affect program theories, methodologies, and metrics?
A discussion space for people interested in a session at AEA 2011 on how political ideology affects evaluation design. Continue reading