Stefanie Krapp is Head of the International Program for Development Evaluation Training at the University of Bern. She has more than 20 years experience in monitoring and evaluation, particularly in the context of development cooperation: as freelance consultant, as head of department at the Center for Evaluation (CEval) at Saarland University, as long-term integrated expert in Laos and Costa Rica, as Senior Evaluation Officer at GIZ (German International Cooperation), as Head of Department at the German Institute for Development Evaluation (DEval). Her core working areas comprise the development and implementation of results oriented M&E systems, conducting, managing and commissioning evaluations, developing and implementing approaches in Evaluation Capacity Development and within this conceptual framework designing and conducting trainings.
I-c: Commissioning Evaluations
Evaluation is positioned in New Public Management, and M&E is compared with other concepts like Audit, Controlling, QM. Participants understand the role of evaluations for decision-making and how to consider power relations with their organization. They are guided through each step of commissioning and managing an evaluation and how to promote its use.
Instructor(s)Reinhard Stockmann, Stefanie Krapp
Recommended forComissioners, Management, Policy Makers
The Core Course provides a comprehensive overview of what is evaluation and how to do it. Combining lectures, classroom activities, theory, and practice, the core course is structured to offer daily peer learning opportunities through small groups and using real-world evaluation examples.
Instructor(s)Wolfgang Meyer, Reinhard Stockmann, Lycia Lima, Candice Morkel, Stefanie Krapp
Recommended forEvaluators, Comissioners, Management, Parlamentarians, Policy Makers, Practitioners