Seven North American Evaluation Pioneers. New Directions For Evaluation, Number 150
How do people evaluate in daily life? This issue broaches this topic to better understand this dimension of being human, to develop evaluation theory, and to improve extraprofessional and professional evaluation practice
As part of a larger study addressing these issues in the lives of many professional evaluators around the world, case studies of seven early evaluation theorists and practitioners from North America were conducted
It is an official publication of the American Evaluation Association.
Themes that cross the cases are proposed, and responses by the individuals highlighted are shared in a final article
This is the 150th issue in the New Directions for Evaluation series from Jossey-Bass
This issue contains articles with stories of some of their evaluation life experiences told and interpreted by these individuals, with commentary by an eighth evaluator