Communication with stakeholders should occur throughout the evaluation process in order to promote their sense of ownership over the process, findings, and steps recommended to improve performance.
Evaluation recommendations should fit a clear set of criteria and should not reflect evaluator bias.
Stakeholders can play an important role in identifying potential solutions, provided the solution criteria are clearly communicated to all.
In preparing a powerful final report, the evaluator must consider the audience, the action to be taken, alignment between recommended actions and analyzed data and interpretations, and the stakeholder responsibilities for implementing recommendations.
The evaluation report is not always the last step ...
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