Independent Evaluation Consulting. New Directions for Evaluation, Number 111. J-B PE Single Issue (Program) Evaluation

  • ID: 2216007
  • Book
  • 128 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Inspired by conversations among independent consultants at the annual conferences of the American Evaluation Association (AEA), this volume examines topics unique to independent consulting, representing day–to–day realities and challenges that span the consultant's career. In examining these topics, contributors explore ways in which these evaluators think about, approach, and implement evaluation.

There has never before been a compilation that addresses these issues unique to independent consulting. With the burgeoning interest in independent consulting, this topic is timely and should serve as a springboard to ongoing discussion among evaluators.

This is the 111th issue of New Directions for Evaluation, a quarterly publication of Jossey–Bass and the American Evaluation Association.

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Gail V. Barrington founded Barrington Research Group in 1985 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and has been a full–time evaluation consultant ever since.

Dawn Hanson Smart has been senior associate at Clegg & Associates in Seattle, Washington, since 1995 and is a trainer and coach for the Evaluation Forum.

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