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Blue Marble Zoom Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Calla & Charmagne
06:12:17
Here is a clickable link to the survey if you have not already completed it: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/5MTWDBF
Eddah
06:18:17
Glenn, Please share the details of the upcoming forum/conference in feb 2019.
Laura Gagliardone
06:18:24
Wonderful presentation. Thanks a lot. I have a couple of questions: (1) why did you choose the title 'Blue Marble' to describe such approach? (2) how can evaluators engage different stakeholders and help them see the global picture? Sometime some folks cannot see that. Thanks, Laura
Laura Gagliardone
06:20:52
That is actually great, thanks
jeph mathias
06:21:33
Any ideas on how to get over our current massive stumbling block- many pressing global problems facing all seven billion of us, but we divide ourselves into tribes (aka nation states) and cannot confront our global problems. But the most powerful countries see themselves losing more than they gain by relinquishing their current power.
Eddah
06:21:46
Great presentation. Will the criteria or method of conducting blue marble evaluation be different from the previous evaluations?
Lars Balzer
06:21:54
Where do the evaluation questions for blue marble evaluations come from (and who pays for the answers), as it seems there is no "classical" client-evaluator relationship?
thiernodiouf
06:22:57
Thank you for the presentation wonderful. I like the framing of the blue marble approach from local to global, but how can the approach be applied for intercultural (inter community) practice like female genital mutilation involving several communities?
Fred Carden
06:22:59
Institutions are a major consideration, ie in competing and conflicting national interests. how does BME look at institutional challengers?
Laura Gagliardone
06:23:04
Thanks a lot.
Laura Gagliardone
06:29:04
A little thought/input: there are several trainings and courses for evaluators by evaluators but I think that some should target communicators so these last could help us engage stakeholders. We need to work with Communication Teams for global outreach I guess. But it is just a thought. Laura
Kevin Murray
06:30:04
Given the organization of evaluation in the same categories and "tribes" as the system we are trying to transform, is there a moment when the very language of "evaluation" becomes an obstacle to the necessary transformation...and, itself, needs to be transcended?
jeph mathias
06:31:13
I have to go but thanks guys for this- a great initiative. Presses all my buttons. :-)
kathyminardi
06:32:25
Are there grant funders starting to have in interest in funding major projects?
matt
06:32:32
Great stuff. Thanks for this work. What do you think is the bigger challenge for Blue Marble Evaluation: the need for change in evaluation or the need for change in ourselves?
Fred Carden
06:32:50
Great session, thanks!
Glenn Page
06:34:28
Thanks you all - if you ova not filled out the Blue Marble survey - here it is https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/5MTWDBF
Lars Balzer
06:34:52
thank you
Katri Vataja
06:34:53
Thank you, this was inspiring session!
Beverly Parsons
06:35:13
Thanks for an excellent session!
Kevin Murray
06:35:14
Thanks. Very stimulating conversation!
Eddah
06:35:20
Thank you very much. We will share the survey with our networks
Laura Gagliardone
06:35:24
Thank you so much. Very nice to see you Michael and Glenn :-))))). Happy New Year!!!! Laura
Konny Rassmann
06:35:50
Thanks for a fantastic session, lots of food for thought!