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Evaluative Inquiry for Learning in Organizations

Evaluative Inquiry for Learning in Organizations

December 1998 | 248 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
How does evaluative inquiry contribute to organizational learning? How can we practice evaluative inquiry in ways that maximize individual and team learning? This book provides a data-based approach to organizational learning and change and focusses on the use of evaluative inquiry processes with organizations rather than across large-scale, multi-site programmes. It contains four illustrative case studies; interview extracts; strategy plans; and flow charts, diagrams and advice boxes that consultants can use for implementing their own training and development sessions.
Evaluative Inquiry and Organizational Change
Learning in Organizations
Evaluative Inquiry Learning Processes
Focusing the Evaluative Inquiry
Carrying Out the Inquiry
Applying Learning
Building the Infrastructure for Evaluative Inquiry
The Practice of Evaluative Inquiry

"I would encourage anyone with an interest in building the evaluation capacity of the organizations within which they work to carefully consider the content of this book." 

Jean A. King
Evaluation and Program Planning

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