Annual conference papers

2002 AES International Evaluation Conference - Program

Sustainable Communities

SU02 Walking Backwards into the Future: Evaluation, democracy and bureaucratic thinking Saville KUSHNER kushner.pdf
SU04 Evaluating Corporate citizenship: Rhetoric and Reality Suzanne BENN benn.pdf
SU05 Getting it Right from the Start: Developing a coordinated national approach to the monitoring and evaluation of natural resource management programs Kerry ROSE not provided
SU06 Evaluating complex Whole of Government Initiatives: Lessons from the evaluation of Queensland's community renewal program. Peter WALSH not provided
SU07 Beyond Counting Widgets: Improving outcomes through the development of a learning culture Bruce KEFFORD not provided
SU08 Logic Modelling for Complex programs: A new modular technique Doug FRASER not provided
SU09 International Advocacy: Measuring performance and effectiveness Linda KELLY kelly.pdf
SU01 Triple Bottom Line Performance: Finding the balance Julian CRAWFORD crawford.pdf
SU13 Evaluating Training and Learning Practices in Large Australian Firms Susan DAWE dawe.pdf
SU14 How well are publicly funded treeplanting schemes being assessed? Pat MURRAY murray.pdf
SU15 Can participatory evaluation of new communication technology initiatives assist in building sustainable and inclusive rural communities? June LENNIE lennie.pdf
SU16 Changing Agendas in Evaluation Planning Brian ENGLISH not provided
SU17 Preparing for Evaluation: Lessons from capacity-building for natural resource management Elizabeth BAKER baker.pdf
SU18 Working with the Stakeholders: Combining participatory methods with hard data to evaluate three environmental programs Wendy HODGE hodge.pdf

Strong & Open Communities

ST02 The challenges of diversity and difference: Implications for evaluation design and practice Jennifer GREENE greene.pdf
ST03 Issues for Evaluation & Community Development Sue KENNY kenny.pdf
ST04 Working in Partnership: Evaluation and the Whanau Development Project Diana DALLAS dallas.pdf
ST06 Capacity Building Evaluation of Capacity Building Programs Judith WOODLAND woodland.pdf
ST08 Measuring Community Performance as a Community Building Exercise Maureen ROGERS not provided
ST10 Interweaving Cultural Perspectives: An evaluation within New Zealand’s criminal justice system Allison CHETWIN chetwin.pdf
ST11 Rethinking Evaluation Use Rick CUMMINGS cummings.pdf
ST12 Empowering Older Adults through Engagement in the Evaluation Process: Cases from three adult and community education projects in Victoria Rosalind HURWORTH hurworth.pdf
ST13 Designing Outcome Indicators for Communities: The NSW Families First Initiative Karen FISHER not provided
ST14 Perspectives on Evaluating a Pilot Mentor Program for Young Offenders Marie DELANEY delaney.pdf
ST16 From Silos to Systems:Transforming and organisation's evaluative culture Madeline FERNBACH fernbach.pdf
ST17 Measuring Social Capital: towards a standardised approach Jody HUGHES hughes.pdf
ST18 Evaluating the Cultural Appropriateness of Service Delivery in Multi-Ethnic Communities David THOMAS thomas.pdf
ST19 The Challenges of Stakeholder participation: Examples of evaluation projects from the Youth Justice context Heidi BERGER-BARTLETT berger-bartlett.pdf
ST20 Bulding Capacity in Evaluation: The role of Evaluation Planning Delwyn GOODRICK goodrick.pdf
ST22 Evaluation can be Liberating Kate ROBERTS roberts.pdf
ST23 Can Evaluation be too Prescriptive? Appraisal in the age of the Triple Bottom Line Ian KER ker.pdf
ST25 Responding to Diversity: Assisting higher education students develop written communication skills Janis WEBB webb.pdf
ST27 Evaluation of a Government Funded Pilot Community program Tanya SEGESSENMANN not provided
ST29 Social Policy Accountability through Cost Savings Evaluation Karen FISHER fisherst29.pdf


Children's experiences of evaluation: Making a difference Sharon MILNE milne.pdf

Prosperous Communities

PR02 Assessment of evaluation strategies and tools for place management and community renewal projects Martin STEWART-WEEKS weeks.pdf
PR04 Difficulties of Developing and Using Social Indicators to Evaluate Government Programs: A Critical review Anona ARMSTRONG armstrongpr4.pdf
PR06 Evaluation in Action: Assessing the literacy and numeracy training programme for job seekers Zakir RAHMANI rahmani.pdf
PR07 Rethinking Corporate Practice and Governance in the Light of Recent Corporate Collapses? Rick SARRE sarre.pdf
PR08 Evaluating the Success of a Crime Prevention Strategy Targeting Community Capacity & Participation Anona ARMSTRONG armstrongpr8.pdf
PR09 Professional's and Client's Perspectives: Why clients don't use, or use only once, community-based child health services Robert VOLKMER volkmer.pdf
PR12 Learning from Farmbis: designing and refining a monitoring and evaluation framework for the adaptive management of a national program Karen CODY not provided
PR20 Monitoring Community Projects for the IMB Community Foundation Alan WOODWARD not provided
PR15 Evaluating the Social and Economic Consequences of Workplace injury and illness in New Zealand Rashmi RAJAN rajan.pdf
PR16 Monitoring program progress: More than a series of feedback loops Elizabeth BARBER barber.pdf
PR19 Evaluation Models: Valid for Whom? Delwyn GOODRICK not provided
PR21 Attention and Action for Strong & Open Communities Sue CURTIS not provided


Reflections on Learning about Australasian evaluation theory and practice Patricia ROGERS rogers.pdf

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