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These video interviews, which feature conference speakers and attendees discussing how Next Generation Evaluation ideas and approaches influence their organizations, were conducted at the Next Generation Evaluation Conference hosted by FSG and Stanford Social Innovation Review on November 14, 2013. The conference drew nearly 400 nonprofit leaders, grantmakers, evaluators, and other interested organizations and individuals to explore emerging trends in learning and evaluation.

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Kathy Brennan, AARP, on the Relevance of Developmental Evaluation


Nancy Csuti, DrPH, The Colorado Trust on Systems Thinking and Real-Time Learning


Jacqueline Jenkins, PhD, United Way of New York City on Shared Measurement and Large-Scale Community Change


Maliha Khan, PhD, Oxfam America on Digital Data and Systems Change


Robert Kirkpatrick, UN Global Pulse on Big Data and Its Relevance for Evaluation


Heather Peeler, Grantmakers for Effective Organizations on Relevance of Next Generation Evaluation for Grantmakers


Beverly Parsons, American Evaluation Association on Integrating Measurement with Values for Learning and Action