Evaluation Cafe 2005-06Western Michigan University #WMU_AbstractJanuary 12, 2019
Abstract: The presentation included a brief review of contractual services provided by The Evaluation Center to diverse and changing organizations over the past few years.
Means and importance of ensuring client ownership.
During this session, Horn presented some ideas and practices that have worked over the years and facilitated discussion among participants about how we can be more effective in the process of closing the deal for evaluation arrangements and contracts.
Date: Oct. 6, 2005 Presenter: Dr. Robert Brinkerhoff, professor and coordinator of graduate programs in human resources development, WMU.
Findings were presented, with an emphasis on lessons learned about evaluating the impact of IT systems that are inserted into complex, changing organizations.
Lessons fall into five categories: metrics, methodology, logic models, adaptive systems and realistic expectations.
Date: March 29, 2006 Presenter: Dr. Liliana Rodriguez-Campos, assistant professor of educational studies, WMU.
Despite its apparent complexity, however, synthesis should be a critical component of all evaluations.
What value do they provide for the project team, Keane, and our clients?
Abstract: This presentation included a brief review of evaluation in Brazil.