Glenn Page's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Greetings all: thanks so much for participating in this webinar. If you have questions, please place your questions in the chat box and we’ll try to answer as many as possible. We will end promptly at the top of the hour. For more information regarding upcoming events and to join our global community of practice, please visit our “beta” website for Blue Marble Evaluation: https://bluemarbleeval.org/
very interesting, please let us know where we can access the recording. Thanks
+1 for the recording details
We will make the recording available on the Blue Marble Website! Thanks for asking and please share the weblink to others who are interested!
Glenn, are you able to automatically send the recording to the registered email addresses for this webinar?
The only way we are able to share the recording is through the website. THANKS for asking and we encourage you to visit the site as the recording should be there in a few days.
Please provide any questions in the chat box. Thank you!
Regarding these global issues, what do you see the role of the AEA as being?
Thanks very much Zenda! So inspiring, as usual!
Great presentation, thanks Zenda.
There is so much good material in this presentation. I feel like I need more time to absorb and read more of the detail of this large amount information. Is a PDF copy of the presentation available?
Thanks Zenda. Linking the political development how does the China example play out in other political contexts?
Hello Scott - we will have a video recording that you can pause to examine the slides in more detail. This will be available on the Blue Marble website.
Sorry linking the political to development
Thank you Zenda for an outstanding presentation, cutting directly to the key issues we face as evaluators, and most importantly strongly researched and evidenced. Listening it resonated with my IEO experiences across the globe. This implies a fundamental shift in "approaches" and looking forward to continue the discussion especially in the area of development evaluation.
There is need to pay more attention to what you read, see, hear or receive.
Zenda, thanks for the reminder about the power dynamics in evaluation. How applicable are the principles of Gender evaluation in China?
Can you give any examples of even small successes in recognizing the needs of the global South in democracies?
Good question Debbie
Would be good to also highlight more about gender responsive and transformative evaluation in addition to Debbie's question?
Just as we speak of the need for strategic repositioning and transition strategies in industries that are no longer aligned with global goals, is there need for work with those who commission evaluation services (especially in the development/humanitarian space) to insist on more comprehensive frameworks, and with "evaluators" to encourage them to reconceptualise their role as thought leaders/ideas entrepreneurs rather than providers of outdated services. (Don't worry if not sufficient time)
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Thanks. Great comparison to systems.
Many thanks for this powerful presentation. For your upcoming blog, I’d be interested to hear how evaluation questions and criteria for a global institution need to account for N-S dynamics. thanks!
Do you have time to connect by email Zenda
Zenda, thank you for your valuable insights, very informative.
Thank you from Ecuador!
Thank you, Zenda, for your presentation.