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Keeping the Flow of Evaluative Learning

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India Swearingen

on 6 November 2013

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Transcript of Keeping the Flow of Evaluative Learning

Keeping the
Flow
of Evaluative Learning within Organizations

Our Journey
Where we were
21st Century Evaluation
Changes at United Way
FSG: Six Characteristics of Next Generation Evaluation
Giving up Control
Providing Rapid Feedback
Keeping Insight in Evaluation

Communication is Key
Sneaking Carrots into Peanut Butter
Ongoing Communication

Reports to More Digestible Information

Capture Sheets instead of Logic Models

Online Analytical Tools
Validity of Data
Unbiased Reporting
Balancing Competing Priorities
Dealing with Impatience
Challenges
And the Journey Continues….

India Swearingen

Director of Evaluation and Insight
United Way of the Bay Area
iswearingen@uwba.org

Finance
Marketing
Development
Program
Staff
Evaluation
Board and Community
Development

Marketing

Evaluation and Insight
Board and Community

Leadership

Program Staff

Finance

Where we are
Case Study:
SparkPoint
New Technologies
Leadership
Adds value
On-going real-time information
Data-driven decision making
More accessibility
As a result...
"Flow is the mental state of operation in which a person performing an activity is fully immersed in a feeling of energized focus, full involvement, and enjoyment in the process of the activity."
~Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
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