Using Appreciative Inquiry in Evaluation, New Directions for Evaluation, No. 100

Using Appreciative Inquiry in Evaluation, New Directions for Evaluation, No. 100

Using Appreciative Inquiry in Evaluation, New Directions for Evaluation, No. 100
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This issue explores the potential role of Appreciative Inquiry, aprocess that searches for what is best in people and organizations,in evaluation. Contributors examine Appreciative Inquiry's approachand impact on the use of evaluation processes and findings, thecontextual factors or conditions that make its use in evaluationappropriate, and the challenges of using it. Chapters also provide an overview of Appreciative Inquiry andhow it fits within the landscape of evaluation practice, four casestudies, and commentary and critique of specific points in thisissue, as well as broader consideration of the possibilities thatAppreciative Inquiry offers to evaluation practice.By offering evaluators an approach and method for discoveringand building on the positive aspects of a program, AppreciativeInquiry is an valuable resource for evaluators. This issue is anindispensable guide to that resource.

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