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10 Things in 10 Minutes on Philanthropy, Evaluation &Social Change Creative Change 2011 August 18, 2011. John Bare The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation [email protected] 404.367.2062. 1. The current evaluation culture is crummy. 1. The current evaluation culture is crummy. 2. I have a….

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10 Things in 10 Minutes on Philanthropy, Evaluation &Social ChangeCreative Change 2011August 18, 2011

John Bare

The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation

[email protected]

404.367.2062


1. The current evaluation culture is crummy.


1. The current evaluation culture is crummy.


2. I have a….

METRIC?


2. I have a dream.


3. Fit the evaluation to the system.

Adapted from Getting to Maybe, Westley, Zimmerman, Patton (2006, Random House Canada)


4. Segment. Segment. Segment.

Adapted from HopeLab segmentation report, “To Move Me, First You’ve Got to Understand Me.”


5. Pay attention to the arrows, not the boxes.


6. Use tools designed for complex systems.

  • Leading Indicators

  • Risk Analysis

  • Test Assumptions

  • Triggers for Contingency Plans


7. Understand positive & negative feedback.

  • Compare observed vs. expected.

  • Adjust.

  • Repeat.


8. Model social change.

Change =

Dissatisfaction *

Vision *

Process

or

C = D * V * P

Adapted from Bob Bontempo, Columbia University Business School


9. Align evaluation with change stages.

Are you helping to create Dissatisfaction?


9. Align evaluation with change stages.


9. Align evaluation with change stages.

Are you building support for a Vision?


9. Align evaluation with change stages.


9. Align evaluation with change stages.

Are you implementing a Process?


9. Align evaluation with change stages.


10.


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