This is the third of a three part series on how internal evaluators can think about building their organization’s evaluation capacity and is based on a talk at Eval 13 by the same name. Last post, I wrote about engaging people within the organization to support evaluation sustainability.
Nonprofits can be crazy places to work and it’s a rare day when I feel like I am not being…
Slides and handout from yesterday’s Dataviz for Philanthropists class for the Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy:
[New blog post!] Four New-ish Charts for Evaluation #eval #datanerds
[New blog post] The Conference is Over, Now What? Professional Development for Novice Evaluators #eval13 #eval
Zoom from the edge of the universe to the quantum foam of spacetime and learn about everything in between in many different languages.
Awesome interactive “map” showing our relative size within the larger universe.
#Eval13: 3000+ evaluators, 800+ sessions, and way too little time to soak it all in:
Dataviz Challenge #6: Emphasizing individual differences through unit charts! #eval13
[New guest post!] Building an #Eval Culture with Top Ten Lists by @public_profit: http://emeryevaluation.com/2013/09/05/corey_newhouse
Hi, I’m Corey Newhouse, the Founder and Principal of Public Profit. We help public service organizations measure and manage what matters. As the leader of an 8-person evaluation firm, I think often about staff training and common organizational practices.
Tutankhamen was 9 when he took the throne, Marie Antoinette was 19, and Elizabeth II was 26. What have you been doing with your youth?
Nice example of a timeline/floating bar chart. The leaders are currently ordered chronologically (from King Tut through JFK). Could also be interesting to order the chart by age at ascent, length of reign, etc.