- What has made Kirkpatrick's four levels of evaluation so appealing for so many years?
- Are Kirkpatrick's critics misinterpreting the intent of the model, or are the criticisms of the four levels well founded?
- Is Kirkpatrick's model missing anything important? If so, what are the implications of these missing variables?
- Can Kirkpatrick's four levels of evaluation be adapted to minimize its limitations and maximize its utility? If so, how? If not, why not?
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