In our work, we believe there is a better way to do evaluation. In these Articles we show a more human, less mechanical way, where practitioners are more interested in improving the work of community–focused programs, than on playing gotcha. Here I also opine on the follies of program evaluation, especially as promoted in business schools and academia. Be sure also to link to my emerging book!
Sleuthing for Evidence If “making a difference” is my goal, where would I look for evidence of success? Well, it is easy to look in all the wrong places. My previous post, (Effective Philanthropy: Making […]