Improving Evaluation Design
In the UK, over the last five years, there has been a significant increase in demand for different types of evaluative activity. How this activity is defined has become increasingly amorphous. Experiences shared through the Roundtable show that attitudes to, and organisation of, evaluation are different in every foundation, and inextricably bound to broader cultural factors. Discussions about process alone will not answer critical questions about what it means to use evaluation effectively.
This broader question of what it means to be a learning organisation (covering questions about organisational culture, and the sharing and use of evaluative information) is the theme of the 2017 Roundtable.
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