Episode 11: A Co-Created Conversation

Carolyn and Brian pack their bags (and more importantly their podcasting gear) and meet up in Calgary for the Canadian Evaluation Society’s annual conference! This episode, recorded as a Thematic Breakfast Roundtable, features five attendees who joined our intrepid hosts at a wholly-unreasonable time of morning on the final day of the conference. Among other topics, we talk about the conference theme (Co-Creation), the upcoming updates to the CES evaluator competencies (now with 41% fewer words!), the idea of crashing a mayors’ conference, and the relative population density of Australia and Canada. We promise, the conversation makes more sense when you listen to it.

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  1. Hi Brian and Carolyn.

    Many thanks for the excellent cafe conversation on 29 May. I promised to send you some links on resources and collaborative approaches operating in South Australia, many of which use IAP2.
    Better Together (tools for collaborative engagement) http://bettertogether.sa.gov.au/
    Together SA (independent not-for-profit, member based social enterprise leading the Collective Impact movement for social change in South Australia) https://www.togethersa.org.au/
    The Australian Centre for Social Innovation (TACSI) https://www.tacsi.org.au/
    Unfortunately links to South Australia’s Strategic Plan and its targets are no longer available due to the recent change in Government.

    Hope life is good. Go well, Anne


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