Learn about key topics in policy and evaluation with ARTD’s webinars.
Business as Unusual: Making Inclusive Choices
Program managers and designers, researchers and evaluators have rapidly adjusted our ways of working to comply with COVID-19 social distancing requirements. How well have we navigated these changes? What implications have our decisions had for inclusion? What challenges have we encountered and what have we found out about what ‘works’? What should we consider taking forward and what issues do we need to address? Watch our panelists participate in an interactive online discussion on what we’ve learned about making inclusive choices.
– Therese Kennedy (inclusive communications) – The Information Access Group
– Simon Green (young people and disability)
– Jo Farmer (Evaluation with a mental health lived experience lens) – Jo Farmer Consulting
– Julie Duong (culturally diverse communities and people with disability) – Empowering Solutions
Business as Unusual Webinar Series – the 3R Framework – Evaluative Thinking Under Pressure
We’ve developed the 3R Framework to support decision-making under pressure. It’s based on the principles of action research and developmental evaluation and is a way of considering how we react in a crisis situation, and how evaluative thinking might provide a way to navigate through it with purpose.
Business as Unusual: Sense Making in Real Time
This video explains how you can use sense making in a high pressure time to identify insights that lead to concrete action.
Business as Unusual: Empowerment Evaluation Theory
A webinar presentation of the theory behind Empowerment Evaluation, presented by Dr David Fetterman who is the founder of Empowerment Evaluation.
Business as Unusual: The Three Steps to Empowerment Evaluation
A webinar presentation of the three steps of an Empowerment Evaluation process, presented by Dr David Fetterman who is the founder of Empowerment Evaluation.
Business as Unusual: Empowerment Evaluation Worked Example
A webinar presentation demonstrating a worked example for using the process of Empowerment Evaluation, presented by Dr David Fetterman who is the founder of Empowerment Evaluation.
+ Read the blog post mentioned by Dr Fetterman
We’ve also been involved in podcasts.
EVAL CAFE EPISODE 18: What’s in the Mystery Box? (February 2019)
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