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The ABCs of Evaluation: Timeless Techniques for Program and Project Managers, Third Edition by Phyllis Dutwin, John Boulmetis

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Decision Making: Whom to Involve, How, and Why?

SCENARIO THREE

At Ruth's first meeting with Grandview personnel, she noted that not all the staff were in attendance, but there were representatives from each department—project coordinator, program staff, nursing staff, and administrative staff. The administrator who had organized the meeting, Mike Ramirez, opened the proceedings and explained that although almost everyone would have a role to play in the gardening program, not all staff could attend each meeting during the work day. Still, each of the stakeholder groups would be represented. Someone would take notes and report to personnel who had not attended.

One staff member immediately asked whether a resident might be a logical addition ...

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