Welcome new members!
We are curious about how you use and think about 'boundaries' in your work. It is a key systems thinking concept. Boundaries relate to the ideas/tools/models that are used in evaluation decision-making. When we reflect on the boundaries, we call this 'reflection on boundary judgements'. Do you do this consciously? Do you do it with evaluands or the sponsors of evaluation projects? How often during an evaluation would you take time out to reflect on the boundaries of methods, ideas or tools you're using? Does it happen often or not at all? No right or wrongs here - we'd just love to hear what is happening in your practice.
Anne and Ellen