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Data Placemats: A DataViz Technique to Improve Stakeholder Understanding of Evaluation Results

On October 25, 2012, Veena Pankaj of Innovation Network gave a 5-minute Ignite presentation at the American Evaluation Association's annual conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The presentation was titled, "Data Placemats: A DataViz Technique to Improve Stakeholder Understanding of Evaluation Results."

Innovation Network is a nonprofit evaluation, research, and consulting firm. We provide knowledge and expertise to help nonprofits and funders learn from their work to improve their results. To learn more, visit www.innonet.org.

On October 25, 2012, Veena Pankaj of Innovation Network gave a 5-minute Ignite presentation at the American Evaluation Association's annual conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The presentation was titled, "Data Placemats: A DataViz Technique to Improve Stakeholder Understanding of Evaluation Results."

Innovation Network is a nonprofit evaluation, research, and consulting firm. We provide knowledge and expertise to help nonprofits and funders learn from their work to improve their results. To learn more, visit www.innonet.org.

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Data Placemats: A DataViz Technique to Improve Stakeholder Understanding of Evaluation Results

  1. 1. A DataViz Technique to Improve Stakeholder Understanding of Evaluation Results Data Placemats American Evaluation Association Annual Conference October 25, 2012 Minneapolis, Minnesota Veena Pankaj Innovation Network vpankaj@innonet.org
  2. 2. Veena Pankaj
  3. 3. Planning Analysis & Reflection Action & Improvement Data Collection 5
  4. 4. Involve Stakeholders
  5. 5. VII(a). Types of Connections As a result of participatingin the National Hunger Fellows Program, did you develop a network of helpfulcontacts? (n=117) Yes, 94% *Survey numbers do not add up to 100% because respondents could choose more than one answer. How often do you reach out to your peer (alumni)network for resourcesand information? (n=109) Several times a year, 45% Ab out onc e a yea r, 24 % Ha rdl y Ev er, 17 % At lea st on ce a m on th, 14 % Otherthan your peers, please note the groupsfrom which you still have contacts. (n=106)* Other, 7% Key players (introducedthroughfellowship), 45% Field site staff, 60% Policy site staff, 70% CHC staff, 92% The Hunger Fellowship was the first time I was a member of a close-knit community of people committed to fighting poverty. That was a truly life-changing experience. Six years later, many of my very closest friends are fellows from my class. - Alumnus, Class 11 (SurveyRespondent) I feel that we went through this experience together and we could talk though tough issues. Strong connections were definitelymade. - Alumnus, Class 12 (Survey Respondent) We have amazing opportunities being part of] this huge CHC network of people who have gone through this program. Knowing people is how to get things done. - Alumnus, Class 13 (Survey Respondent) N o , 6 % For what types of information have you reached out to the networksdeveloped as a result of being a fellow? (n=103)* Includes: Informationand resources during graduate school (4) Personal updates (4) Fellow network (2) Advice on career path and new opportunities Data and policy insight Organizingservice projects To give thanks and appreciation Other, 19% When recruitingnew staff for my organization, 19% Connections/Introductionsto others in the field, 59% Personaljob leads, 68% When seeking work related advice, 70% 2 1 3 4 Overall theme of this placemat Charts and graphs illustrating preliminary analysis Supporting quotations from stakeholders
  6. 6. Data Interpretation Meeting
  7. 7. Evaluators: Explain purpose Present each placemat Stakeholders: Interpret information Come to conclusions
  8. 8. 3 Benefits of Participatory Data Analysis Present Preliminary Findings 1
  9. 9. 3 Benefits of Participatory Data Analysis Present Preliminary Findings 1 2 Stakeholder Interest and Engagement
  10. 10. 3 Benefits of Participatory Data Analysis Present Preliminary Findings 1 2 3 Stakeholder Interest and Engagement Use Findings
  11. 11. Veena Pankaj vpankaj@innonet.org Participatory Analysis: Expanding Stakeholder Involvement in Evaluation Available at www.innonet.org Thank You!

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