Ok, so we all know, or are beginning to understand, how important evaluation is (right?), but evaluation is only as good as it’s content, and the goodness of that content depends on the input from important people (board, staff, member, clients, etc.). In our world, these folks, among others, are referred to as “stakeholders”. Published by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and brought to us, once again, but Innotec, Hallie Preskill and Nathalie Jones have put together A Practical Guide for Engaging Stakeholders in Developing Evaluation Questions. The guide discusses the importance of evaluation, why it is important to include stakeholders in the process, includes a five step process for engagement, as well as worksheets for four of the steps.
To download the guide, click here.