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Evaluation in Organizations

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Evaluation in Organizations by Darlene Russ-Eft,Hallie Preskill Book Summary:

From new product launches to large-scale training initiatives, organizations need the tools to measure the effectiveness of their programs, processes, and systems. In Evaluation in Organizations, learning theory experts Darlene Russ-Eft and Hallie Preskill integrate the most current research with practical applications to provide a fully revised new edition of this essential resource for managers, human resource professionals, students, and teachers.

Evaluation In Organizations A Systematic Approach To Enhancing Learning, Performance, And Change

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Evaluation In Organizations A Systematic Approach To Enhancing Learning, Performance, And Change by Darlene Russ-Eft,Hallie Preskill Book Summary:

From new product launches to large-scale training initiatives, organizations need the tools to measure the effectiveness of their programs, processes, and systems. In Evaluation in Organizations, Darlene Russ-Eft and Hallie Preskill integrate the most current research with practical application to provide the definitive resource on organizational evaluation for managers, human resource professionals, and students and teachers alike. From designing surveys and interviews to analyzing data to communicating results, the authors present a systematic and rigorous approach to conducting evaluations and using them to foster learning and enhance performance at all levels.

Building Evaluation Capacity

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Building Evaluation Capacity by Hallie Preskill,Darlene F. Russ-Eft Book Summary:

The Second Edition of Building Evaluation Capacity provides 89 highly structured activities which require minimal instructor preparation and encourage application-based learning of how to design and conduct evaluation studies. Ideal for use in program evaluation courses, professional development workshops, and organization stakeholder trainings, authors Hallie Preskill and Darlene Russ-Eft cover the entire process of evaluation, including: understanding what evaluation is; the politics and ethics; the influence of culture; various models, approaches and designs; data collection and analysis methods; communicating and reporting progress and findings; and building and sustaining support. Each activity includes an overview, instructional objectives, minimum and maximum number of participants, range of time required, materials needed, primary instructional method, and procedures for facilitators to help learners in the most common evaluation practices.

Reframing Evaluation Through Appreciative Inquiry

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Reframing Evaluation Through Appreciative Inquiry by Hallie Preskill,Tessie Tzavaras Catsambas Book Summary:

Reframing Evaluation Through Appreciative Inquiry is the first book to introduce the application of Appreciative Inquiry (AI), an approach for organizational development and change, to the practice of evaluation. Authors Hallie Preskill and Tessie Tzavaras Catsambas lay out the theoretical foundation of AI and build a bridge between the theory and practice of applying AI to evaluation.

Evaluative Inquiry for Learning in Organizations

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Evaluative Inquiry for Learning in Organizations by Hallie Preskill,Rosalie T. Torres Book Summary:

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 focuses on the use of evaluative inquiry processes with organizations rather than across large-scale, multi-site programs. 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.

Implementing the Four Levels

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Implementing the Four Levels by Donald L. Kirkpatrick,James D. Kirkpatrick Book Summary:

In this indispensable companion to the classic book Evaluating Training Programs: The Four Levels, Donald and James Kirkpatrick draw on their decades of collective experience to offer practical guidance for putting any or all of the Four Levels into practice. In addition, they offer a comprehensive list of the ten requirements for an effective training program and show how to decide what to evaluate, how to get managers to support the evaluation process, and how to use the Four Levels to construct a compelling chain of evidence demonstrating the contribution of training to the bottom line.

Turning Learning Right Side Up

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Turning Learning Right Side Up by Russell L. Ackoff,Daniel Greenberg Book Summary:

In the age of the Internet, we educate people much as we did during the Industrial Revolution. We educate them for a world that no longer exists, instilling values antithetical to those of a free, 21st century democracy. Worst of all, too many schools extinguish the very creativity and joy they ought to nourish. In Turning Learning Right Side Up, legendary systems scientist Dr. Russell Ackoff and “in-the-trenches” education innovator Daniel Greenberg offer a radically new path forward. In the year’s most provocative conversation, they take on the very deepest questions about education: What should be its true purpose? Do classrooms make sense anymore? What should individuals contribute to their own education? Are yesterday’s distinctions between subjects--and between the arts and sciences--still meaningful? What would the ideal lifelong education look like--at K-12, in universities, in the workplace, and beyond? Ackoff and Greenberg each have experience making radical change work--successfully. Here, they combine deep idealism with a relentless focus on the real world--and arrive at solutions that are profoundly sensible and powerfully compelling. Why today’s educational system fails--and why superficial reforms won’t help The questions politicians won’t ask--and the answers they don’t want to hear How do people learn--and why do they choose to learn? Creating schools that reflect what we know about learning In a 21st century democracy, what values must we nurture? ...and why aren’t we nurturing them? How can tomorrow’s “ideal schools” be operated and funded? A plan that cuts through political gridlock and can actually work Beyond schools: building a society of passionate lifelong learners Learning from childhood to college to workplace through retirement Reinventing Learning for the Next Century: How We Can, and Why We Must An extraordinary conversation about the very deepest questions... Today, what is education for? Where should it take place? How? When? What is the ideal school? The ideal lifelong learning experience? Who should be in charge of education? And who pays for it all? Over the past 150 years, virtually everything has changed...except education. Schools were designed as factories, to train factory workers. The factories are gone, but the schools haven’t changed. It’s time for us to return to first principles...or formulate new first principles...and reimagine education from the ground up. In Turning Learning Right Side Up, two of this generation’s most provocative thinkers--and practical doers--have done just that. They draw on the latest scientific research, the most enduring human wisdom, and their unique lifelong personal experiences transforming institutions that resist change. And, along the way, they offer a powerful blueprint for a thriving society of passionate lifelong learners.

Performance Evaluation

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Performance Evaluation by Ingrid J. Guerra-López Book Summary:

Performance Evaluation is a hands-on text for practitioners,researchers, educators, and students in how to usescientifically-based evaluations that are both rigorous andflexible. Author Ingrid Guerra-López, an internationally-knownevaluation expert, introduces the foundations of evaluation andpresents the most applicable models for the performance improvementfield. Her book offers a wide variety of tools and techniques thathave proven successful and is organized to illustrate evaluation inthe context of continual performance improvement.

Results

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Results by Richard A. Swanson,Elwood F. Holton,Ed Holton Book Summary:

When organizations commit resources to training or implement new policies, they want to see measurable results. Using real-life examples and step-by-step instructions, this consummately practical guide shows human resources professionals how to quantify outcomes in three major areas: performance, learning, and perceptions.

Building Evaluation Capacity

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Building Evaluation Capacity by Hallie Preskill,Darlene Russ-Eft Book Summary:

Building Evaluation Capacity provides 72 activities for learning how to design and conduct evaluation studies. These activities address the entire evaluation process. Each activity includes an overview, instructional objectives, time estimates, materials needed, handouts, and procedures for effectively using the activity, whether there are a few participants or an unlimited number in small groups. To help the reader locate specific kinds of activities, the book includes a chart that names the activity, the time needed to implement the activity, and whether background information or knowledge is required prior to implementing the activity. The book also includes several strategies for forming groups and a glossary of instructional strategies.

Evaluation Strategies for Communicating and Reporting

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Evaluation Strategies for Communicating and Reporting by Rosalie T. Torres,Hallie Preskill,Mary E. Piontek Book Summary:

Evaluation Strategies for Communicating and Reporting has been thoroughly revised and updated creating 75% new material and 34 new case examples. The Second Edition provides worksheets and instructions for creating a detailed communicating and reporting plan based on audience needs and characteristics. Authors Rosalie T. Torres, Hallie Preskill, and Mary E. Piontek cover advances in technology including Web site communications, Web and videoconferencing, and Internet chat rooms. Also mentioned are several additional topics for consideration, including communicating and reporting for diverse audiences and for multi-site evaluations.

Rapid Evaluation

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Rapid Evaluation by Susan Barksdale,Teri Lund Book Summary:

Whether you're responsible for evaluating all your organization's workplace learning and performance interventions or just specific interventions, this workbook helps you get evaluation results you trust. Learn how to approach evaluation strategically and to link results to your organization's goals, strategies, and performance indicators. Dozens of evaluation tools, checklists, and examples help you build a comprehensive evaluation strategy or answer a specific evaluation question.

Educational Evaluation, Assessment and Monitoring

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Educational Evaluation, Assessment and Monitoring by Cees Glas,Jaap Scheerens,Sally M. Thomas Book Summary:

This book looks at the foundations of school self-evaluation from a scientific as from a practical perspective. Planning concepts, restructuring of education systems, organizational theory on schools, evaluation methodology and models of school effectiveness and school improvement are discussed as contributing to the overall conceptualization of school self-evaluation. A broad range of approaches is presented and methodological requirements are discussed. School self-evaluation contains controversial issues that reflect tension between the need for objectivity in a context that is permeated by values and potential conflicts of interests. Similar tensions may be seen to exist with respect to the static and "reductionist" aspects of available data collection procedures in a complex and dynamic situation and the appeal for external accountability on the one hand and improvement oriented self-refection on the other. The mission of the book is to clarify these tensions and offer ways to deal with them in practical applications. The school effectiveness knowledge base is offered as a substantive educational frame of references that serves an important function in selecting relevant factors for data collection and the use of the evaluation results.

Human resource development review

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Human resource development review by Darlene F. Russ-Eft,Hallie S. Preskill,Catherine Sleezer Book Summary:

"This is an outstanding compilation of the latest and best research in human resource development. It is well organized into one handy volume for the benefit of researchers and practitioners alike. The articles are accompanied by scholarly analysis that highlights the implications of the research and helps readers relate the article one to another and sorts out the similarities and the differences in them. The book is recommended without reservation as an aid to elevating our profession to new heights." --John H. Zenger, President, Times Mirror Training Group "The authors' common approach to examining the studies was helpful. The road map of definitions, selection of articles, commentary on the articles, and implications for researchers and practitioners was helpful in orienting the reader. Together, the selected articles, and authors comments provide a solid package. Researchers, graduate students, and practitioners will appreciate finding so much wisdom in one resource." --Deane Gradous, HRD

Analysis for Improving Performance

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Analysis for Improving Performance by Richard A. Swanson Book Summary:

The fundamental premise of Analysis for Improving Performance is that systematic and thorough organizational performance diagnosis and documentation of workplace expertise provide the true basis for improving performance at the organizational, process, team, and worker levels. This is a book about mastering performance improvement and the work, not mastering the worker.

Training Needs Assessment

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Training Needs Assessment by Allison Rossett Book Summary:

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Strategic Planning for Public and Nonprofit Organizations

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Strategic Planning for Public and Nonprofit Organizations by John M. Bryson Book Summary:

How can leaders use strategic planning to strengthen their public and nonprofit organizations? In this fourth edition of his perennial bestseller Strategic Planning for Public and Nonprofit Organizations, Bryson provides the most updated version of his thoughtful strategic planning model and outlines the reasons public and nonprofit organizations must embrace strategic planning to improve their performance. Introduced in the first edition and refined over the past 18 years, the Strategy Change Cycle--a proven planning process used successfully by a large number of nonprofit and public organizations--is the framework used to guide the reader through the strategic planning process. Bryson offers detailed guidance on implementing the process, and specific tools and techniques to make the process work in any organization. In addition, he clarifies the organizational designs through which strategic thought and action will be encouraged and embraced throughout an entire organization. In addition to updated examples, new cases, and additional information on boundaries, distinctive competencies, Actor-Network theory, Bryson will creat an instructor's manual with sample syllabi, PowerPoint teaching slides, and additional cases.

Organizational Assessment

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Organizational Assessment by Charles Lusthaus,Inter-American Development Bank,International Development Research Centre (Canada) Book Summary:

Organizational Assessment: A framework for improving performance

Strategically Integrated HRD

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Strategically Integrated HRD by Jerry W. Gilley,Ann Maycunich Gilley Book Summary:

The definitive resource for linking HRD to corporate strategy, performance, and growth

Enhancing Organizational Performance

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Enhancing Organizational Performance by Daniel Druckman,Jerome E. Singer,Harold Van Cott Book Summary:

With examples, insights, and practical criteria, this volume reviews the most popular approaches to organizational change--total quality management, reengineering, and downsizing--in terms of how they affect organizations and people, how performance improvements can be measured, and what questions remain to be answered by researchers.