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For every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong.
(H. L. Mencken)
Anne-Marie Tougas, Annie Bérubé and Natalie Kishchuk recently published "Évaluation de programme, de la réflexion à l'action” at Presses de l'Université du Québec. Benoît Gauthier, of Circum, collaborated with Natalie Kishchuk in the preparation of a chapter entitled "Useful evaluation: determining factors and winning strategies".
The promotional sheet of the book presents it as follows: (our translation)
As for the chapter by Kishchuk and Gauthier, it aims to make the reader capable of implementing conditions conducive to the usefulness of evaluation for stakeholders. It postulates that the primary reason for the existence of evaluation is to be useful. It exposes the reader to the different types of utility and a range of factors that affect utility and use, from simple technical considerations to more strategic ones. It cautions against the inappropriate use of evaluation.
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