Presentations:

Anaru Mill, Vij Kooyela
‘Te Puni Kōkiri invests in its data and analytics capability

Bob Williams
‘Systemic approaches to evaluation design’

Elena Moretti
“More helpful and more inspiring:” More effectively building evaluation capacity in community-focused organisations’

Fiona Scott-Melton
What can evaluation learn from its close cousin performance audit

Gill Potaka-Osborne
‘Ko te ahurei o te tamaiti ka ārahi i ā tātou mahi – Let the uniqueness of the child guide our work’

Helen Percy, Roxanne Henwood
‘Innovative approaches for research to address complex issues: challenges and opportunities of implementing in practice’

Hilton Johnson
An industry ready to reflect: Learning event about community development sends ripples through Southern Africa’s renewable energy landscape

Jane Godfrey, Judy Li, Brittany Farrant-Smith
Embedding outcomes into transport evaluation’

John Gargani, Julian King
‘Some Hard Truths about SROI (and Some Easy Fixes)

John Wren
Is the use of computer audio visual services and artificial intelligence to collect and transcribe in-depth qualitative data a replacement for traditional techniques in a Covid 19 world: Reflections on lessons learnt and implications for professional practice.’

Jordan Luttrell, Paula Blackett, Toni White
Co-innovation and co-evaluation for a better environment

Judy Oakden
‘Contracting out for more equitable public health and social sevices drawing on a complexity-informed view – implications for Evaluators’

Julian King, Aaron Schiff
‘Social cost-benefit analysis: the what, the why, and how to handle with care’

Mark Turner
‘Monitoring the wellbeing of New Zealand’

Michael Blewden
‘Using evaluation to support transport sector reform

Natalie Piesse
Getting to what matters: Establishing criteria for defensible evaluations

Sally Faisandier
Evaluation Ethics in a Climate Crisis’

Sandra Collins
‘Ngā Ara Whai Hua – Quality Framework for Evaluation and Improvement in Early Childhood Services’

Sarah Talboys, Steve Murray
‘Evidence informing practice

Seini Jensen, Trevor Guttenbeil, Eldon Tau, Sulieti Filimoehala, Sharleen Mahutoto
Evaluating, Measuring and Enabling Pacific Family Wellbeing through Whanau Ora

Tadhg Daly, Kate Preston, Michael Slyuzberg, James Swindells
Monitoring changes in the lives of New Zealanders during the COVID-19 response in March – May 2020

Wendy Boyce, Glen Greer, Tracy Williams
‘Adapting a typology of types and causes of outcomes to evaluate pathways to impact for sustainable agro-ecosystems research’


Workshops/Round table:

Adrian Field, Julian King, Kate McKegg, Judy Oakden, Nan Wehipeihana
Pivots and possibilities: Evaluation innovations in 2020

Clare Bear
Being racist and becoming antiracist: reflections and learnings for Pākehā evaluators

Heather Nunns
Contribution analysis – an analytical approach for evaluating change in complex policy settings

Jo MacDonald, Sally Boyd, Nicola Bright
Using a pattern spotting tool to think evaluatively, champion equity, and surface diversity

Kara Scally-Irvine, Clare Bear, Sally Faisandier
Evaluating for a Safer Climate

Mathea Roorda
Getting to what matters: Establishing criteria for defensible evaluations

Roxanne Smith, Colin Hemana Bennett, Shane Edwards, Kataraina Pipi
Tapuwaekura – Evaluating indigenous responses to well being

Sarah Appleton-Dyer, David Rees
Seeing Systems, Evaluating Systems

Seini Jensen, Trevor Guttenbeil, Sulieti Filimoehala, Eldon Tau
Evaluating, Measuring and Enabling Pacific Family Health and Wellbeing