Evaluation Research and the Performance Management Movement From Estrangement to Useful Integration ?

  title={Evaluation Research and the Performance Management Movement From Estrangement to Useful Integration ?},
  • Published 1999
The burgeoning performance management movement, with its emphasis on social program ‘results’ measured typically by a limited set of quantitative indicators, has developed a life of its own largely apart from the evaluation research movement. Reflecting the differences in the professional history, interests and training underlying the two movements, the relationship between these disparate approaches to establishing public accountability has lacked coordination and defied integration.This… CONTINUE READING
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