Monday, April 2, 2012

Evaluation Space: Reconstruction of Program Logic as an Essential Co...

Reconstruction of program logic is development of a comprehensive chain of reasoning that links investments into a program with the program results by piecing together bits of evidence collected in the course of program evaluation.

In the real world logic of programs under evaluation is not always clear and consistent. According to my experience, three most common flaws in program logic are:

(1) Use of indicators instead of goals and objectives (the goals are “too SMART” - read more here)

SMART criteria for goal setting are very popular and well known. Unfortunately, these useful criteria are often misused: in order to make the goals “measureable” people often use indicators instead of goals, which has negative consequences. Reconstruction of program logic (RPL) helps programs focus on improving life rather on decreasing or increasing numbers.
Read more here..........
Evaluation Space: Reconstruction of Program Logic as an Essential Co...: Reconstruction of program logic is development of a comprehensive chain of reasoning that links investments into a program with the program...
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