2. Evaluation Research - Base on research design - Data collection, analyze and process of data - Not aim to look for new theory - Aiming to test the application of new knowledge in management and action - Evaluation is a process of information formulation to judge something that leads to a decision making as systematically and with criteria.
Purpose of Evaluation - Identify objective and use of information - Users of evaluation results, evaluation team, planners, implementation team, committee, executive, public, lawyer - The purpose of evaluation is to improve the project management and implementation
Good Evaluation must have the following information: - How much project objective is achieved. - Cost effective - Effects of the project What should be decided for the project
3) Develop evaluation schedule, when and whom data is collected 4) Sampling – for large project 5) Type of data – look at objectives 6) Select and innovate instrument for data collection 7) Data collection plan 8) Data analysis plan – look at objectives 9) Cost estimation 10) Report and discloses information schedule 11) Scope of evaluation
Formatives/Ongoing Evaluation - Evaluate process - Is the operation progress? - Is input appropriate? - Does activity contribute to the achievement of objective? - How much is the outcome/effects? - What is the strength and weakness? - What is the obstacle? - The results will lead to the activity, process improvement
Post/Summative Evaluation - Look at product after project completion * whether objective is achievable, as well as target * whether the project is success according to the plan - Evaluate after a certain period of project completion * Impact evaluation * Output – outcomes * Both positive and negative impact - Evaluation models : CIPP, CIPOO, CIPPI