Original publisher: [Washington, D.C.]: Peace Corps, 2000. OCLC Number: (OCoLC)48746483 Subject: Project management. Excerpt: ...Guidelines for Planning a Project Design and Management Workshop Evaluating the Workshop At the end of the workshop, Volunteers and Counterparts, as pairs or in small groups, will have completed a project design. These practice project designs are major outputs of the workshop and serve as significant indicators of workshop success. Additionally, there may be a desire to have a written evaluation of the overall workshop. It is recommended that this evaluation focus on the objectives, rather than on opinions of individual sessions. Because the nature of the workshop is to build upon the past sessions, evaluating each individual session is not particularly useful. It is also recommended that a follow-up evaluation be sent to both Volunteers and Counterparts six weeks to two months after the workshop. This evaluation might include a few open-ended questions that will help both the participants and Peace Corps staff evaluate the impact of the workshop. Some examples: 1. What specific ideas from the PDM workshop have you used? Describe the setting. These practice project 2. What have you done or created that was sparked by an idea or event of the workshop? designsare major outputs of the workshop and serve 3. In what ways did the workshop affect your relationship with your Volunteer or Counterpart? Give one or two specific examples. as significant indicators of 4. In what ways have you shared any of the content of the workshop workshopsuccess. with others in your community? Be specific - What? With whom? The insights gathered from this type of follow-up evaluation serve several purposes. For example, the participants themselves will be able to learn from and build on one another ' s experiences; programmers may use the data to improve or enhance their program designs; and trainers may draw from the examples and lessons learned to create...Original publisher: [Washington, D.C.]: Peace Corps, 2000.
|Title||:||The New Project Design and Management Workshop Training Manual|
|Publisher||:||Books LLC - 2011-09|