Building Evaluation Capacity

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Evaluation is a process that applies systematic inquiry to program management, improvement, and decision making. Evaluation is also used to assess the status or progress of a strategy (i.e., a group of meaningfully connected programs, not just the simple aggregation of multiple programs) or an initiative (a grouping of strategies). Evaluation Capacity is the ability of staff and their organizations to do evaluation. Because evaluation is systematic, it involves proficiency in a particular set of skills.


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Content Partner: Bruner Foundation


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http://brunerfoundation.org


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2015


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Bruner Foundation


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Organization Learning and Evaluation 

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