Monthly Archives: November 2020

A Quick Overview: Differences Among Desk, Literature, and Learning Reviews

By: Chelsie Kuhn, MEL Associate, Headlight Consulting Services, LLP This is the first post in a series of two about Learning Reviews. In order to chart the wisest path forward, we need to understand where we have been. Reflecting on past learning can ensure more effective and efficient efforts in the future, regardless of discipline

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Establishing Evaluation Offices Part 3

By: Cindy Clapp-Wincek, Senior Evaluation Advisor How to balance evaluation with other types of evidence We ended the first blog in this series talking about the ups and downs of evaluation as a Federal agency priority. Sometimes evaluation is traded off for and put at odds with implementation. I remember when a manager involved in budget

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