Priority sort

Published on May 13, 2013 in Reports & Articles

Cathexis Partner, Melissa McGuire, contributed to the AEA 365 in 2012 by writing about using Group Priority Sort to select outcome indicators; one of “the top 10 most read non-staff articles from 2012”. We’ve included the full post here for you. You can also visit AEA’s 365 for the original post.   Melissa McGuire on […]

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On August 4, Cathexis joined the Law Foundation of Ontario and two of their grantees to present on the challenges and lessons learned in evaluating access to justice programming. This interactive “human library” presentation was held at the Summer 2011 IOLTA (Interest on Lawyers Trust Accounts) Workshops hosted in conjunction with the American Bar Association […]

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What is reasonable compensation for evaluators? What can students expect to earn if they choose a career in evaluation? What do employers need to offer if they want to recruit good evaluators? Find out more from the results of a Canada wide survey of CES members conducted in 2009.

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The Value of Evaluation

Published on December 1, 2008 in Workshops & Presentations

Cathexis has conducted many workshops and presentations on the value of evaluation.

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In 2002, Rochelle Zorzi, Vice President & Senior Consultant, led the Canadian Evaluation Society’s efforts to develop a Core Body of Knowledge for Evaluation.

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