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Evaluation and monitoring

Chris Corrigan

I was able to see the crude boundaries of traditional evaluation methods very clearly and was able to see that most of the work I do in the world – facilitating strategic conversations – was actually a core practice of developmental evaluation.

Red-Tails in Love: Birdwatchers as a community of practice | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Spidergram examples of the Central Park Birdwatchers - click for larger image We have been using a little “spidergram&# as an assessment tool, again building on Etienne’s work, but each of us has been creative in how we use it.

Social Media Planning and Evaluation for NGOs | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Whenever considering adopting a solution consider asking the following three questions. (1) 3) What new problems are likely to arise by adopting it? I think the larger and more bureaucratic the organization, the slower it is able to adapt, adopt and change.

Challenge: SharePoint and NGOs/NonProfits -go or no go? | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Home About Full Circle Contact Resources Wiki Full Circus Full Circle Associates connections for a changing world, online and offline… Apr 10 2009 Challenge: SharePoint and NGOs/NonProfits -go or no go?

Shareable: A Shared Workspace Must Be Built Through Collaboration

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

We must adoption collaboration not just as a utility, but as an integral part of the process. From the outset you have to build in a continuous assessment program to inform future projects and potential upgrades. Skip to Navigation. Register for Free! Login. Shareable.

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Innovation and Communities of Practice

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Assessment and Social Justice From: gfbertini Reads: 319 215 p. Strategic communities of practice (SCoP) are initiated by the organization’s leadership team, to power up selected strategic initiatives, which can include, e.g.: • • • Accelerating the rate of introducing successful disruptive innovation Facilitating culture change Entering a new market A SCoP is led, typically, by an internal ”guru” of its domain of practice, who serves also as magnet to attract members.