Managing Polarities

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This blog has been rumbling around in my brain for some time now, but a few things have happened lately, prompting me to set deliverables aside momentarily. Unless you live under a rock, you cannot help but notice that the political world in which we live has become extremely polarized. A true understatement if ever there was one, right? Each party is scrambling as far as they can into their respective corner. The current presidential candidates reflect this fact. At the 2015 American Evaluation Association (AEA) in Chicago, I heard Sarah Stachowiak of ORS Impact and Julia Coffman and Tanya Beer from the Center for Evaluation Innovation present a session entitled, Developmental Evaluation Tools for Emergent Strategies. They shared an example of a developmental evaluation from the … [Read more...]