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Contents Introduction 3 Dimensions of Evaluation 3 Educating Project Participants and Evaluating Project Outcomes 4 Levels of Evaluation 5 Conclusion 6 References: 7
Introduction During the course of executing a project, several kinds of information and facts are collected. Project managers frequently want to comprehend how several individuals took part within an event, whether participants were contended with the logistics, as well as whether employees and volunteers feel self-assured in their capability of delivering a specific experience (Oliver, 2000). Evaluation helps managers in monitoring particular project aspects. Nevertheless, in practice, such kind of data collection is likely to be highly sporadic as compared to...