Weighted checklists as an evaluation tool

January 19, 2009 at 12:59 pm Leave a comment

As I’ve written about previously, checklist are an often overlooked and underrated tool useful for evaluation projects.

In this post, Rick Davies explains about the “weighted checklist” and how they can be used  in evaluation.  By being “weighted” it means that each item or attribute of a checklist is given an importance – more, same or less compared to other items – and it all tallies up in the overall assessment (see an example here).

Read the full post here>>.

Entry filed under: Evaluation tools (surveys, interviews..).

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