7 Comments

  1. Karen says:

    Neat stuff!
    Clearly I need to keep up with the evaluation twitter world more!
    -Karen

  2. josjoseph says:

    Nice idea! one more:
    Oh, theory of change / Must you stump nice program staff? / Lose the attitude!
    — josh

  3. […] Enjoy some haikus. / Isn’t evaluation / Serious enough? (emeryevaluation.com) […]

  4. The logic model: Graphic representation, shared understanding.

  5. Susan Murphy says:

    We have a series of Haikus from our evaluation team @theimprovegroup. Here is the first one: summer data blues/mismatched pre-post respondents/kids gave bad ID’s – from Leah

  6. Susan Murphy says:

    More evaluation haiku to ponder: Qualitatively/face to face focus groups/educate us all – and –
    Quantitatively/analysts seeking true themes/count on good data
    – Susan, the Improve Group

  7. Susan Murphy says:

    And from Improve Group: A rosy outlook/disguised in cynical flip/keeps your feet grounded -– Danielle H

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Enjoy some haikus. / Isn’t evaluation / Serious enough?

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Got some ideas? / Please share your eval haikus / In “comments” below.

More about Ann K. Emery
Ann K. Emery is a sought-after speaker who is determined to get your data out of spreadsheets and into stakeholders’ hands. Each year, she leads more than 50 workshops, webinars, and keynotes for thousands of people around the globe. Her design consultancy also overhauls graphs, publications, and slideshows with the goal of making technical information easier to understand for non-technical audiences.

7 Comments

  1. Karen says:

    Neat stuff!
    Clearly I need to keep up with the evaluation twitter world more!
    -Karen

  2. josjoseph says:

    Nice idea! one more:
    Oh, theory of change / Must you stump nice program staff? / Lose the attitude!
    — josh

  3. […] Enjoy some haikus. / Isn’t evaluation / Serious enough? (emeryevaluation.com) […]

  4. The logic model: Graphic representation, shared understanding.

  5. Susan Murphy says:

    We have a series of Haikus from our evaluation team @theimprovegroup. Here is the first one: summer data blues/mismatched pre-post respondents/kids gave bad ID’s – from Leah

  6. Susan Murphy says:

    More evaluation haiku to ponder: Qualitatively/face to face focus groups/educate us all – and –
    Quantitatively/analysts seeking true themes/count on good data
    – Susan, the Improve Group

  7. Susan Murphy says:

    And from Improve Group: A rosy outlook/disguised in cynical flip/keeps your feet grounded -– Danielle H

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