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Evaluation in organizations : a systematic approach to enhancing learning, performance, and change

Author: Darlene F Russ-Eft; Hallie S Preskill
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Perseus Pub., ©2001.
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"Citing dozens of successful evaluation programs from the private and public sectors, the authors outline a step-by-step approach to designing, building, and conducting evaluations that will reveal strengths and weaknesses within the organization and pinpoint opportunities for learning and improvement. Evaluation in Organizations will become a resource for human resource and training professionals; market  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Darlene F Russ-Eft; Hallie S Preskill
ISBN: 0738202681 9780738202686
OCLC Number: 46984463
Description: xix, 474 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Background and Context of Evaluation --
What Evaluation Is and Isn't --
The Relationship Between Evaluation and Research --
What Can Be Evaluated? --
Why Evaluate? --
Top Ten Reasons Evaluation Is Neglected --
Kinds of Evaluations --
Formative Evaluation --
Summative Evaluation --
The Logic of Evaluation --
Evaluation Use --
Internal and External Evaluation --
Internal Evaluation and Evaluators --
The Evolution of Evaluation --
The Role of Evaluation in Today's Organizations --
The (Really) Early Days of Evaluation --
The Transformation of Evaluation into a Profession --
Types of Evaluation Models and Approaches --
The Role of Evaluation in Today's Organizations --
Evaluating Learning, Performance, and Change Initiatives --
Future Directions for Evaluating Learning, Performance, and Change --
The Role of the Learning, Performance, and Change Professional --
General Models, Approaches, and Taxonomies for Evaluation Training and Performance --
Research on Training Program Evaluation Models --
Future Directions for Evaluating Learning, Performance, and Change --
The Politics and Ethics of Evaluation Practice --
Ways in Which Evaluation Becomes Political --
Political Influences During the Evaluation --
Examples of Evaluation Politics --
Strategies for Managing the Politics of Evaluation --
The Ethics of Evaluation Practice --
Designing and Implementing the Evaluation --
Focusing the Evaluation --
Developing an Evaluation Plan --
Developing the Evaluation's Rationale and Purpose --
Developing Key Evaluation Questions.
Responsibility: Darlene Russ-Eft, Hallie Preskill.
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From new product launches to large-scale training initiatives, organizations need the tools to measure the effectiveness of their programmes, processes and systems. This work integrates the most  Read more...

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