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Evaluating Complexity – Propositions for Improving Practice

Autores/Participantes : Hallie Preskill, Joelle Cook, Katelyn Mack, Srik Gopal

While evaluation has traditionally focused on assessing programmatic impact according to pre-determined indicators, a new approach is needed for evaluating complex initiatives, as well as initiatives operating in complex environments where progress is not linear, predictable, or controllable. Nine propositions can help evaluators navigate the unique characteristics of complex systems, improve their evaluation practice, and better serve the needs of the social sector.

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