Several historically and currently important evaluation models were not selected for detailed discussion in this book.
The evaluation models presented in the chapters in Part Two have been selected based on their place in the performance improvement field.
There is no perfect model of evaluation; there is only the most useful one for a given situation. Frequently this will be a combination of models and approaches. One approach to identifying an existing model or combination of models to suit a specific evaluation is to ask a set of conceptual and reflective questions and make a decision guided by the answers to those questions.
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