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Internal Evaluation in Non-Profit Organisations

Practitioner Perspectives on Theory, Research, and Practice

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"The co-authors--two incredibly thoughtful internal evaluators--present an extensive set of practical ideas to enhance evaluation practice in non-profit organizations. Building on their own practice and on an understanding of the scholarly literature that grounds internal evaluation, they have produced a highly usable guide that will enable other evaluators to build evaluation capacity both for themselves and for their organizations. I am eager to use this book in my own work." Jean A. King, Professor Emerita, Department of Organizational Leadership, Policy, and Development/Minnesota Evaluation Studies Institute, USA

"In an era where internal evaluation is gaining unprecedented relevance in non-profit organisations, this guide addresses a niche yet important topic, notably understated in evaluation literature." Auzan Rama Satria, Faculty of Psychology, University of Indonesia; International Society for Third-Sector Research

Chapter Endorsements

"It felt really nice to be reading something that speaks so directly to where I am at in the early stages of my evaluation journey. It has given me some useful food for thought." Kate Baker, Evaluation Project Manager, HealthWest (Chapter 2)

"These uniquely practical guidelines and reflections are essential to read" Phyo Pyae Thida (Sophia) Htwe, Community Development Evaluator, GraceWorks Myanmar (Chapter 2)

"What a complete joy to read this!" Yoland Wadsworth, Professor (Hon), RMIT University, Australia, and author of the best-selling Everyday Evaluation on the Run

"The content shows the value of combining research, theory and practice, and the importance of NGOs actively contributing to global understandings by sharing knowledge through publications. Genius!" Stephanie Harrison, Evaluation Consultant, Pandanus Evaluation (Chapter 5)

"I was actually quite inspired to use theory more in my work after reading it!" Catherine Malla, Knowledge Management Advisor, The Fred Hollows Foundation (Chapter 5)

"This chapter addresses an important topic – the need for all evaluators, not just internal evaluators working in the NFP sector, to do much better at integrating theory/research with practice when planning, conducting and using evaluations." Brad Astbury, Director, ARTD Consultants (Chapter 5)

"This is a great practical resource with valuable lessons learnt for guiding how external and internal evaluators can combine their expertise together to conduct evaluations in non-profits." Kathryn Dinh, Director, Lotus Evaluation (Chapter 6)

"A practical and useful guide on how to think about utilisation and apply this to data collection and evaluations. Working in M&E in a large organisation with varying knowledge and skills around evaluation utilisation, I found this incredibly helpful!" Lauren Lombardi, National Monitoring and Evaluation Lead, Emergency Services, Australian Red Cross (Chapter 7)

"I think I've had an epiphany! This was so well written, enjoyable and reaffirming." Marcia Nawar, Program Quality State Lead (NSW/ACT), Australian Red Cross (Chapter 7)

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Detaljer

Forlag
Routledge
Innbinding
Paperback
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
174
ISBN
9781032023489
Utgivelsesår
2024
Format
23 x 15 cm

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"The co-authors--two incredibly thoughtful internal evaluators--present an extensive set of practical ideas to enhance evaluation practice in non-profit organizations. Building on their own practice and on an understanding of the scholarly literature that grounds internal evaluation, they have produced a highly usable guide that will enable other evaluators to build evaluation capacity both for themselves and for their organizations. I am eager to use this book in my own work." Jean A. King, Professor Emerita, Department of Organizational Leadership, Policy, and Development/Minnesota Evaluation Studies Institute, USA

"In an era where internal evaluation is gaining unprecedented relevance in non-profit organisations, this guide addresses a niche yet important topic, notably understated in evaluation literature." Auzan Rama Satria, Faculty of Psychology, University of Indonesia; International Society for Third-Sector Research

Chapter Endorsements

"It felt really nice to be reading something that speaks so directly to where I am at in the early stages of my evaluation journey. It has given me some useful food for thought." Kate Baker, Evaluation Project Manager, HealthWest (Chapter 2)

"These uniquely practical guidelines and reflections are essential to read" Phyo Pyae Thida (Sophia) Htwe, Community Development Evaluator, GraceWorks Myanmar (Chapter 2)

"What a complete joy to read this!" Yoland Wadsworth, Professor (Hon), RMIT University, Australia, and author of the best-selling Everyday Evaluation on the Run

"The content shows the value of combining research, theory and practice, and the importance of NGOs actively contributing to global understandings by sharing knowledge through publications. Genius!" Stephanie Harrison, Evaluation Consultant, Pandanus Evaluation (Chapter 5)

"I was actually quite inspired to use theory more in my work after reading it!" Catherine Malla, Knowledge Management Advisor, The Fred Hollows Foundation (Chapter 5)

"This chapter addresses an important topic – the need for all evaluators, not just internal evaluators working in the NFP sector, to do much better at integrating theory/research with practice when planning, conducting and using evaluations." Brad Astbury, Director, ARTD Consultants (Chapter 5)

"This is a great practical resource with valuable lessons learnt for guiding how external and internal evaluators can combine their expertise together to conduct evaluations in non-profits." Kathryn Dinh, Director, Lotus Evaluation (Chapter 6)

"A practical and useful guide on how to think about utilisation and apply this to data collection and evaluations. Working in M&E in a large organisation with varying knowledge and skills around evaluation utilisation, I found this incredibly helpful!" Lauren Lombardi, National Monitoring and Evaluation Lead, Emergency Services, Australian Red Cross (Chapter 7)

"I think I've had an epiphany! This was so well written, enjoyable and reaffirming." Marcia Nawar, Program Quality State Lead (NSW/ACT), Australian Red Cross (Chapter 7)

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