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How far dare an evaluator go toward saving the world?

By Bob Stake

American Journal of Evaluation – Volume: 25 issue: 1, page(s): 103-107 – Sage (2004)

In this article, Bob Stake explores the idea of skin in the game and asserts that no two evaluators would likely produce the exact same evaluation design and report. He then suggests a new standard for the field that “Evaluators should be encouraged to “have a life” and to “have a dream” so their interpretations are enriched by personal experience.”

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