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6 questions to ask when planning an evaluation (17 Jul 13)

Quite frankly, the ability to conduct a professional evaluation is essential - a survival skill you canít do without.

There is no task where evaluation canít help you improve and be more accountable to your organization, its external funders and policy makers.

And this is true no matter what your area of work: regeneration, community development, performance management or training.     

But too many people dive into an evaluation by collecting data before deter…

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