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Basic Evaluation Methods: Analysing Performance, Practice and Procedure

ISBN: 978-1-85433-161-8
160 pages
April 1995, Wiley-Blackwell
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This book provides guidance on how to evaluate staff and procedures and includes a step-by-step guide to designing evaluations. Questions of cost, benefits, types of methods and ethics are all discussed. The book also equips the reader with the skills to assess evaluations provided by external consultants.
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Table of Contents

1. Introducing evaluation.

2. When to evaluate.

3. Mapping the strategy.

4. Collecting data and measurement.

5. Analysis of data.

6. Presenting the findings.

7. Putting the findings into practice.

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Author Information

Professor Glynis Breakwell is Professor of Psychology and Pro-Vice-Chancellor at Surrey University, UK, and a consultant in industry. She has worked widely in the areas of identity dynamics and social representation development. Her other books include Interviewing, Coping with Threatened Identities, and Coping with Aggressive Behaviour.

Dr Lynne Millward has wide experience in the fields of evaluation, training and assessment centres.

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