Dr. Wolfgang Meyer is Professor for Sociology at Saarland University in Saarbrücken and Adjunct Professor at Uganda Technology and Management University, Kampala. He is responsible for two Master of Evaluation study programs at Saarland University (MABLE and MEval). His focus as a sociologist is on empirical methodology with more than 20 years experience in evaluations, specialized on sustainable development, environment, labor markets, TVET and regional development.
Sampling: How to make decisions on selections in development evaluation
The workshop gives an overview and some practical hints for selecting a method without getting too deep into details of the methodologies. For visiting the course, it is not necessary to have knowledges in mathematics and statistics, further information on these topics is provided in additional voluntary videos.
Recommended forEvaluators, Practitioners
II-c: Developing Monitoring and Evaluation Systems in Organizations
An M&E system within an organization aims at ensuring the quality of the work of the organization and to increase its overall steering capability. The workshop covers the necessary requirements, like M&E policy, a structural anchoring of M&E, a regulatory framework, quality assurance, a budget, qualified personnel, defined mechanisms for stakeholder participation and for the use of evaluation results.
Instructor(s)Reinhard Stockmann, Wolfgang Meyer
Recommended forManagement, Practitioners, Commissioners, Evaluators
LevelIntroductory to intermediate