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Knight Foundation

by Author, Blogger, and Master Trainer at Beth's Blog on Apr 05, 2013

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  • DebraDodson1 Debra Dodson, Building Skills for Research in a Digital World at Sabbatical This provides a lot of food for thought. The challenges that might keep an organization crawling when it should fly with social media seem very similar to the challenges that limit our ability to use evaluation as a tool for learning more generally. Interestingly, some of the foundations leading the way in using social media have also been leaders in evaluation as a tool for learning (more generally). While the social sector is making progress (http://bit.ly/1hzFBNN) in learning how to apply assessment as a tool for learning and improving just as successful entrepreneurs do, we have a long way to go. I love the idea of a joyful funeral, but for standard evaluation topics that will be a difficult culture change. However, social media is so new that it could provide a window of opportunity for making that culture change. How do you see social media changing the culture or organizations to make them more open to learning from positive and negative comments? How can we help it lead the way? 1 month ago
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