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  • insight Jun 2020

    It’s Time to Let Go of Tired Narratives about Talent in Evaluation

    Social sector conversations about talent often focus on increasing diversity, building skillsets, and improving hiring and management. But to solve tough social problems, we need to let go of tired narratives about talent and work together to dismantle oppression in the evaluation field.

    By Clare Nolan

    It’s Time to Let Go of Tired Narratives about Talent in Evaluation
  • insight Oct 2019

    Ties That Bind: A Values-Driven Approach to Evolving Evaluative Practice

    A growing number of new initiatives are seeking to transform philanthropic evaluation in ways that can better support them and the social change they are after. We represent three of these efforts.

    By Meg Long, Julia Coffman, Jara Dean-Coffey, Clare Nolan

    Ties That Bind: A Values-Driven Approach to Evolving Evaluative Practice