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10 tips for accidental evaluators (02 Feb 14)

Oh! So YOU have to find out if itís working


Advice for Accidental Evaluators who suddenly find themselves in the hot seat

If you suddenly find yourself charged with evaluating a project, you have joined the ranks of the Accidental Evaluators.

Donít panic. Nobody is …

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