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Performance Evaluation: Proven Approaches for Improving Program and Organizational Performance by Ingrid Guerra-López

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FOLLOW-UP QUESTIONS AND DATA

Additional evaluation questions may arise as a result of the preliminary findings of the evaluation. For example, if preliminary findings reveal that a particular result is not being achieved, the obvious related question is, Why not? Thus, specific follow-up questions that get at the causes for not reaching targets will likely have to be derived and answered before the data findings are fully interpreted.

Certainly this and other types of relevant questions could have been asked from the beginning and in fact could be grouped around clusters of questions relating to one particular result. The benefit of doing this is that it would have been included in the initial scope and project plan and thus be already built ...

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