What’s new and exciting in evaluation? Looking two seconds ahead

Stuart Henderson recently posed an interesting question on the AEA LinkedIn discussion forum:

Having just returned from the AEA meetings and come across the book The Two Second Advantage (Ranadive and Maney), I’m wondering what people think are some exciting developments in evaluation.

The book, “The Two Second Advantage” (Ranadive and Maney), suggests that

Read the whole post –> What’s new and exciting in evaluation? Looking two seconds ahead

Launch of Developmental Evaluation – Washington DC Wed 7/21

Fad or real progress? Useful concept or distracting buzzword? Michael Patton ‘s new book “Developmental Evaluation: Applying Complexity Concepts to Enhance Innovation and Use” goes beyond the theory and the jargon to present many, many examples that show the practicality and value of complexity approaches to evaluation.

Read the whole post –> Launch of Developmental Evaluation – Washington DC Wed 7/21