Rochelle and Peter’s presentation about burning questions was a big hit at the CES conference in Calgary last week, where Rochelle presented to a standing-room-only crowd. A few people have asked for a copy of the presentation, so we have posted it here: The “Burning Question”: A Technique for Building Engagement and Buy-in for Developmental… More
Cathexis is proud to once again sponsor the CES-CESEF Student Evaluation Case Competition, taking place at the 2018 CES Conference in Calgary on May 27. This year, three finalists were chosen from 22 university and college teams. The finalists are: Harmonious Solutions (University of Saskatchewan) ReThink (Universities of Victoria, Melbourne, British Columbia and Simon Fraser)… More
Rochelle is excited to be presenting at the National Canadian Evaluation Society (CES) Conference in Calgary, AB (May 26-29, 2018)! This year’s theme is ‘Co-creation’. Rochelle will be providing a short presentation on ‘The “Burning Question”: A Technique for Building Engagement and Buy-in for Developmental Evaluation’. You can read more about this technique at Rochelle… More
CES Ontario will be holding their AGM this week with a special learning event (Thinking Visually: An Introduction to Data & Information Visualization) We are excited to see what CES Ontario has been up to since the last AGM and to learn some new data visualization techniques. Hope to see you all there!… More
With the CES 2016 Conference less than a week away, Cathexis Consulting would like to wish the 3 student case competition finalist teams good luck on their presentations next week. Check out the CES Conference website for details on seeing the competition in person.
We’re counting down the days to the National Canadian Evaluation Society (CES) conference in St. John’s Newfoundland (June 5-8). Great theme this year – Evaluation on the edge. Rochelle is presenting on the Evaluations that Make a Difference: Stories from around the world project. She will share stories of evaluations that have led to changes… More