Involving stakeholders in the evaluation process

November 25, 2010 at 11:01 am 2 comments

An issue evaluators often come across is to what extent to involve stakeholders in the evaluation process: How much input should stakeholders have into designing evaluation questions? When and what feedback should be given to stakeholders during the evaluation? How to reflect the perspectives of all stakeholders in the evaluation questions and criteria?

An interesting guide has been put together that helps in answering some of these questions:  “A Practical Guide for Engaging Stakeholders in Developing Evaluation Questions”(PDF) by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

The guide proposes five steps to engaging with stakeholders:
Step 1: Prepare for stakeholder engagement
Step 2: Identify potential stakeholders
Step 3: Prioritize the list of stakeholders
Step 4: Consider potential stakeholders‘ motivations for participating
Step 5: Select a stakeholder engagement strategy

View the guidelines here (pdf)>>

Entry filed under: Evaluation methodology.

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