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View Resource Evaluation and HR

Organizations can learn a lot from and about their staff using evaluation data collection strategies such as surveys, interviews and record reviews. As shown below, information about staff and their...

http://brunerfoundation.org/ei/docs/EvaluativeThinking.bulle...
View Resource Philanthropic Capacity Building Resources (PCBR) Database

The PCBR database contains 401 descriptions of capacity-building programs being carried out by U.S. foundations. From this database, you may obtain program profiles and conduct searches for programs...

http://www.humaninteract.org/reports/pcbrdatabase.asp
View Resource Nonprofit Leadership Development: A Model for Identifying and Growing Leaders within the Nonprofit Sector

This is a report on core competencies, growing skills, preparing for the future. The Looking-Glass Institute conducted extensive interviews with 36 Executive Directors in Pittsburgh, PA. Funded by...

http://brunerfoundation.org/ei/docs/Nonprofit%20Leadership%2...
View Resource Sustaining Evaluative Thinking

Organizations use policies, usually written statements, to clarify their guiding principles, i.e., acceptable and unacceptable procedures. The development of specific, evaluation-related policies...

http://brunerfoundation.org/ei/docs/EvaluativeThinking.bulle...
View Resource Evaluative Thinking in Organizations

Evaluative Thinking was defined by former REP partners who participated in the ETHOS project as a type of reflective practice that incorporated use of systematically collected data to inform...

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