Evaluating Quality of Research for Development in Process and Performance Evaluations: CGIAR approach
As research has evolved from component technologies to systems transformation, the need to evaluate CGIAR research remains critically important.
By conducting an evaluability assessment (EA), evaluations can become the management, accountability and learning tools they were intended to be.
A Decade Later: Evaluative Evidence on How CGIAR Partnerships Improve Livelihoods and Environments Around the Globe
A new PIM evaluation sheds light on one of the secrets behind its success: effective partnerships.
This guest blog explains how network analysis can complement other methods and metrics used to monitor and assess the Quality of Science.
Bibliometrics is the use of statistical methods to analyze books, articles, and other publications, especially regarding peer-reviewed research
From March 28th until April 19th, CAS/Evaluation co-hosted with the FAO Office of Evaluation a discussion on EvalForward as part of a work and
Towards Unified Accountability and Joint Learning: A New Evaluation Framework and Policy for One CGIAR
The new fit-for-purpose Framework and Policy respond to the growing pace of change to support the evolving needs and demands of CGIAR.
Evaluations offer a chance for reflection, as well as an opportunity for improvement.
The digital revolution has changed the ways of working, accessing information, and connecting with each other. Over the past three decades, the world
The inception report explains the analytical and methodological dimensions, related to its primary objectives and the evaluation questions to be
Piloting a Sounding Board for CGIAR Evaluations: Quality Enhanced Through an Evaluation Reference Group
Use of reference (or advisory) groups is an approach in the profession of evaluation that supports peer review and quality assurance good practice