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Design& Evaluation: Focus on Human Values

This is the second post in a series about design thinking in evaluation. The goal of this series is to share insights from the world of design that may help you think differently about how you work and, hopefully, start a conversation about what the world of social sciences can learn from the world of design. If you missed Part 1 about radical collaboration, check it out here.This time around we’re focusing on another key idea in the design thinking world: human values. As evaluators, we may deal largely in numbers and spend a lot of time in front of spreadsheets. Yet we can’t forget the real reason we do what we do – helping people. And to help people, we have to understand where they’re coming from. The Institute...

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