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co-design Tag

The Evaluators' Collective / Posts tagged "co-design"

Evaluation & Terminology

Evaluation and terminology – are we speaking the same language! When you start to think about evaluation and how to evaluate a program or service, it starts with a conversation. As an experienced evaluator and author, I am well aware that the language and terminology we use can be confusing. When I first started at Queensland University of Technology we were having a data conversation and I was able to count four different meanings for attrition. For example, from the Australian government’s perspective attrition in higher education is calculated after the census data (the point in which the student enrols and pays for the unit of study). For the students enrolled at a university last year at census date, compare this list to those enrolled at census...

Co-designing policies with your stakeholders

Co-designing with your stakeholders is challenging. This workshop is for leaders who are keen to understand a range of approaches to engage in co-design. Key strategies to support leaders to engage with a wide range of stakeholders are presented. Of our 101 strategic tools, you will be introduced to the following 10 tools: Tool # 63 The four-quadrant quality model Tool # 24 Stakeholder analysis Tool # 36 Stakeholder collaboration Tool # 58 Charette brainstorming procedure Tool # 05 Town hall meetings Tool # 69 World café Tool # 03 Open space technology workshops Tool # 56 Focus groups Tool # 77 Peer observations Tool # 92 Structured, semi-structured and saturation interviews Through the use of practice scenarios, instructions and guidelines you will have the opportunity to identify the core styles of engaging stakeholders. You will...