Michael Quinn Patton DE Book Launch

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Michael Quinn Patton, a pioner in developmental evaluation, came to the Waterloo Region to speak about his new book on Developmental Evaluation.

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  • DevelopmentalEvaluation:Applying Complexity Conceptsto Enhance Innovation and UseMichael Quinn Patton SIG October 4,2010Michael Quinn Patton*

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  • In the beginningMichael Quinn Patton SIG October 4,2010*

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  • Michael Quinn Patton SIG October 4,2010Innovation and EvaluationSystems thinking & complexity science as frameworks for conceptualizing interventions:Developmental Evaluation

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  • 5 types of DEOngoing Development

    Developmentvs.ImprovementMichael Quinn Patton SIG October 4,2010*

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  • Blandin Community Leadership Program

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  • Beyond Formative and Summative to Developmental Evaluation

    as an option in the repertoire of approachesMichael Quinn Patton SIG October 4,2010*

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  • Mrs. McCave and her 23 Daves

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  • Michael Quinn Patton SIG October 4,2010 Challenge: Matching the evaluation process and design to the nature of the situation: Contingency-basedEvaluation*

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  • Michael Quinn Patton SIG October 4,2010Conditions that challenge traditional model-testing evaluationHigh innovationDevelopmentHigh uncertaintyDynamicEmergentSystems ChangeAdaptiveManagementandDevelopmentalEvaluation*

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  • Michael Quinn Patton SIG October 4,2010First DE TypeOngoing development in adapting a project, program, strategy, policy, or other innovative initiative to new conditions in complex dynamic systems. *

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  • Michael Quinn Patton SIG October 4,2010Mintzberg on Strategy

    Unrealized StrategyIntendedStrategy Deliberate Strategy Realized Strategy Emergent Strategy

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  • Michael Quinn Patton SIG October 4,2010*Uncertainty and Emergence No battle plan ever survives contact with the enemy.Field Marshall Helmuth Carl Bernard von Moltke

    Everyone has a planuntil he gets hit.Former World Heavyweight boxing champion, Mike Tyson

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  • 5 Types of DE2. Pre-formative development of a potentially scalable innovation:Developing an innovation to the point where it is ready for traditional formative and summative evaluation Pre-formative developmental evaluation works with emerging ideas and visionary hopes in a period of exploration to shape them into a potential model that is a more fully conceptualized, potentially scalable intervention.

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  • Michael Quinn Patton SIG October 4,2010PANARCHY MODEL

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  • Michael Quinn Patton SIG October 4,2010 StoredHARVESTING LESSONSDEVEOPMENTAL EVALUATIONFORMATIVE SUMMATIVE

    Phases of Technological & Social Innovation*

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  • Polio ExampleBill & Melinda Gates Foundation: $1 billion on polio eradication: Vertical, focused strategy"There's no way to sugarcoat the last 12 months," Bruce Aylward, a WHO official, told Mr. Gates in June -- the virus was rippling through countries believed to have stopped the disease.Mr. Gates asked: "So, what do we do next?New strategy: Disease-specific wars can succeed only if they also strengthen the overall health system in poor countries.http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702303348504575184093239615022.html?mod=WSJ_hps_InDepthCarousel

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  • 5 Types of DE3. Adapting effective general principles to a new context as ideas and innovations are taken from elsewhere and developed within a new setting, the work of developmental evaluation in the dynamic middle between top-down and bottom-up forces of change.Michael Quinn Patton SIG October 4,2010*

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  • Michael Quinn Patton SIG October 4,2010 Fundamental Issue: How the World Is Changed Top-down dissemination of proven modelsversusBottoms-up adaptive management

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  • Michael Quinn Patton SIG October 4,2010Prescriptive Models vs. Adaptive PrinciplesIdentifying effective principles for adaptive management (bottoms-up approach)versusIdentifying and disseminating proven models(top down approach)

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  • Michael Quinn Patton SIG October 4,2010*Top-down dissemination of proven models

    Developmental Evaluation: Navigating the murky, complex, dynamic MIDDLE

    Bottom-up adaptive management

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  • Michael Quinn Patton SIG October 4,2010*Personal FactorDamiano example, Jean Gornick*

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  • 5 Types of DE4. Major systems change and cross-scale developmental evaluationProviding feedback about how major systems change is unfoldingEvidence of emergent tipping pointsSystem inter-relationships as the unit of analysisEvaluating strategy

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  • Michael Quinn Patton SIG October 4,2010SystemsParts are interdependent such a change in one part changes all partsThe whole is greater than the sum of the partsFocus on interconnected relationshipsSystems are made up of sub-systems and function within larger systems

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  • Michael Quinn Patton SIG October 4,2010Understanding the Elephantfrom a Systems Perspective*

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  • Michael Quinn Patton SIG October 4,2010The relationship between what goes in and what comes out What conceptual framework informs evaluation?

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  • Michael Quinn Patton SIG October 4,2010Teen Pregnancy Program Example*

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  • Michael Quinn Patton SIG October 4,2010Logic Model for Pregnant Teens Program1. Program reaches out to pregnant teens

    2. Pregnant teens enter and attend the program (participation)

    3. Teens learn prenatal nutrition and self-care (increased knowledge)

    4. Teens develop commitment to take care of themselvesand their babies (attitude change)