The authors outline the key stages and steps involved, including scoping the framework, identifying planned results, using program theory and program logic, developing evaluation questions, identifying processes for on-going data analysis and learning, and implementing the framework. The authors draw on their extensive years of experience in developing monitoring and evaluation frameworks to provide examples of good practice that inform organizational learning and decision making, while offering tips and guidelines that can be used to address common pitfalls.
Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
Number of pages: 312
Weight: 520 g
Dimensions: 231 x 187 x 15 mm
This book does a brilliant job of integrating program monitoring concepts into the broader field of evaluation. It fills a glaring gap in the evaluation literature, and I highly recommend it for practicing evaluators, evaluation scholars, and evaluation faculty and students.-- Stewart I. Donaldson
At last--a step-by-step guide to realizing the potential of monitoring and evaluation by building them in from the beginning. This book provides a systematic and well-tested approach to planning and successfully implementing an integrated monitoring and evaluation framework. -- Patricia Rogers