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 actions, perceptions and feedback can be used to inform organizational practices. Remember, organizations that regularly use evaluative thinking ask questions of substance (including questions about their staff), determine what data are needed to address the questions and how those data could be obtained, systematically collect and analyze data (including staff feedback), share the results and develop strategies to act on findings.

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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 actions, perceptions and feedback can be used to inform organizational practices. Remember, organizations that regularly use evaluative thinking ask questions of substance (including questions about their staff), determine what data are needed to address the questions and how those data could be obtained, systematically collect and analyze data (including staff feedback), share the results and develop strategies to act on findings.

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Date Of Record Creation 2019-01-26 19:50:21
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Date Last Modified 1/7/2009 18:39
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Date Record Checked: 1/7/2009 0:00 (W3C-DTF)

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