Program Evaluation

Keywords

Program Evaluation Performance Assessment Functional Assessment Performance Goal Total Quality Management 
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Additional Readings

  1. Hodges, S. P., & Hernandez, M. (1999). How organizational culture influences outcome information utilization. Evaluation and Program Planning, 22, 183–197.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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  8. Turnbull, B. (1999). The mediating effect of participation efficiency on evaluation use. Evaluation and Program Planning, 22, 131–140.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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