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Looking for fresh ideas for commissioning evaluation? Dr. Jane Davidson, director of Real Evaluation and co-blogger with Professor Patricia Rogers on the lively and informative Genuine Evaluation blog, interviews Rire Scotney of Open Road Consulting about her experiences commissioning evaluation as a central government client.
Welcome to the SC&H Group podcast series. Today, we are speaking with Barry Offutt, who is an Audit Director with SC&H Group, as well as Bob Dillon who is the Director leading the firm’s Corporate Tax Services practice. Today, both gentlemen will be discussing SC&H Group’s transaction evaluation and financial due diligence services for private equity groups and strategic buyers.
It is greatly anticipated that around the date of this broadcast, we will have learned or expect any day the decision of the NY State Supreme Court on the matter Lederman v. King. Dr. Carol C. Burris, former NY State principal and author, shares her opinion about VAM and the courts pending or expressed opinon. *Stay tuned for more details*
Join us for what is guarranteed to be a lively discussion of the case and public sentiment about teacher performance and evaluation! Wednesday, October 21 - 2:00pm.
In 1979, Isaac Bonewits established the "Advanced Bonewits Cult Danger Evaluation Framework" in order to help professionals and amateurs alike in separating the dangerous harmless groups for those who may be potentially dangerous, and to help identify those who may simply appear unusual to the outside observer.
The ABCDEF is founded on modern psychological principle of mental health and personal growth along with the many years of experience by Isaac Bonewits.
Join me in this episode as we discuss this tool in depth.
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Dataviz queen Dr. Stephanie Evergreen recently keynoted - no, ROCKED! - the 2014 ANZEA conference in Wellington, New Zealand. Jane Davidson talks to her about becoming a southern hemisphere evaluation rockstar at long last - and finds out what's the latest on qualitative dataviz!
This short (6 minute) podcast is the first of a series of four from Jane and Stephanie:
The 2014 ANZEA conference - and what's new in qualitative dataviz
Awesome reporting (the stuff that gets to the point and conveys it brilliantly)
From "eek" to "Awesome!" - expert help to totally transform your evaluation reporting
Workshops & sessions at EES & AEA - and why Obama's slides totally need an overhaul!
Stay tuned to the Genuine Evaluation podcast channel to hear all four!
Ideally we would always be perceiving from the standpoint of TRUTH and then our evaluation of a given experience would be accurate. Yet a funny thing happens over time... our perceptions become altered by life experiences. For instance, we become derailed when we experience shame. Shame is involved with the perception and evaluation of the whole self because it hits us in our core... and we do our best to hide it from everyone... including ourselves.Join us today to discover how to take steps that get you beyond shame and closer to the truth.
Following a short break for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, HealthCare Consumerism Radio is back on the air this morning as hosts Doug Field and Andrew Dietz discuss wearable devices, private exchanges and more.
The first guest on this week's show is Stan Hill, an associate at Polsinelli Atlanta. Wearable technology in the workplace has evolved far beyond 20th century relics like wireless headsets and walkie-talkies. Employers now can track and analyze proprietary measures of worker productivity and results-driven metrics through devices worn on the wrist or elsewhere on the body. Leveraging robust streams of real-time data can implicate various employment laws and associated legal responsibilities to employees. With big data comes big responsibilities and, for the unwary employer, a minefield of employment laws. In this interview, Stan and the hosts will discuss how wearable technology can both foster and challenge employment law compliance.
The second guest on the show is Michael Trilli, a senior analyst with Aite Group. As the author of the recent report, U.S. Private Exchanges: Ready for Liftoff, Michael is one of the leading researchers covering the private exchange market today. In this interview, he will join the hosts for an in-depth discussion that will sort through competitive and go-to-market trends impacting Aite Group’s forecast of total private exchange enrollments; examine market factors fostering or inhibiting enrollment growth and underscores the impact of the impending “Cadillac” tax; outline competitive trends and how those trends are shaping the new employer sweet spot; and despite being in the early stages of its product life-cycle, analyze where innovation opportunities exist in exchange technology.
It's a natural thing to question yourself at timees and to evaluate if something that you're doing is a good thing to be doing at all.
Should we second guess ourselves though? Have we already done that?
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