A drawing shows a tightrope connecting two towers, one labeled "Accountability" the other labeled "Learning". The "Accountability" tower is flying a flag with the word "prove". The "learning" tower is flying a flag called "improve". A person with a balancing pole is walking on the tight rope from the accountability tower to the learning tower.

Some organizations think that project evaluation happens only during a project. Or else, immediately after the project ends. However, experts say we can learn a lot from evaluating projects again years later. For example: When we help people today, are their lives still better five years later? If the answer is “yes”, then what led to this success? If the answer is “no”, then how can organizations do better with similar projects in the future? This article explains why evaluating projects again is important and how to do it.

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