Saturday, May 26, 2018

Innovative Evaluation Reporting


As an evaluator you are conscientious about conducting the best evaluation possible, but how much thought do you give to communicating your results effectively? Do you consider your job complete after submitting a final report? Reporting is an important skill for evaluators who care about seeing their results disseminated widely and recommendations actually implemented, but there are alternatives to the traditional lengthy report. This interactive workshop will present an overview of four key principles for effective reporting and engage participants in a discussion of its role in effective evaluation. Participants will leave with an expanded repertoire of innovative reporting techniques.

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain the role of communicating results effectively in good evaluation practice.
  • State 4 principles for effectively communicating your results.
  • List three alternatives instead of, or in addition to, writing a final evaluation report


Kylie Hutchinson

Kylie has thirty years experience in evaluation. She spends half of her time conducting evaluations for nonprofits and the other half on evaluation capacity-building/training. Her interest in utilization stems from 20 years of consulting plus ten years of training on the subject of effective reporting and its role in utilization. She has delivered this course for AEA, the Summer Evaluation Institute, and CDC, and has a passion for taking evaluation theory and translating it into practical resources.


Schedule | Saturday, May 26 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

Language | English

Level | Beginner

Prerequisites | N/A