Workshop Process Evaluation Form - Ellen Gottesdiener

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Workshop Process Evaluation
Reference Chapter 12 in
Requirements by Collaboration by Ellen Gottesdiener, Addison-Wesley, 2002.
Instructions: Rate each item 0 to 5, with 5 being strong agreement with the statement.
Before the workshop
Rating
1. The purpose was clearly defined.
2. Products for the workshop were appropriate.
3. The right participants were involved.
4. Facilitator and sponsors clearly understood heir roles.
5. Materials provided in advance were useful.
6. Participants were oriented and had realistic expectations.
During the workshop
6. The workshop’s purpose, products, process (agenda), and principles (ground
rules) were clear.
7. The flow of workshop activities made sense.
8. Everyone who should have been there, was there.
9. Documentation during the workshop supported the products.
10. The decision-making process was clear and appropriately used.
11. The process was flexible and adaptive to group needs.
12. The closing was clear and prepared us for appropriate workshop follow-up.
After the workshop
13. Documentation was accurate and timely.
14. Follow-up assignments were made appropriately.
15. Relevant information from the workshop was shared with others.
16. The workshop has contributed to project success (thus far).
Copyright by Ellen Gottesdiener, 2002
www.ebgconsulting.com
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Practitioner assets for Requirements by Collaboration, by Ellen Gottesdiener, Addison-Wesley, 2002
Permission is granted to use, modify and distribute this document
Workshop Process Evaluation
Reference Chapter 12 in
Requirements by Collaboration by Ellen Gottesdiener, Addison-Wesley, 2002.
Instructions: Rate each item 0 to 5, with 5 being strong agreement with the statement.
Before the workshop
Rating
1. The purpose was clearly defined.
2. Products for the workshop were appropriate.
3. The right participants were involved.
4. Facilitator and sponsors clearly understood heir roles.
5. Materials provided in advance were useful.
6. Participants were oriented and had realistic expectations.
During the workshop
6. The workshop’s purpose, products, process (agenda), and principles (ground
rules) were clear.
7. The flow of workshop activities made sense.
8. Everyone who should have been there, was there.
9. Documentation during the workshop supported the products.
10. The decision-making process was clear and appropriately used.
11. The process was flexible and adaptive to group needs.
12. The closing was clear and prepared us for appropriate workshop follow-up.
After the workshop
13. Documentation was accurate and timely.
14. Follow-up assignments were made appropriately.
15. Relevant information from the workshop was shared with others.
16. The workshop has contributed to project success (thus far).
Copyright by Ellen Gottesdiener, 2002
www.ebgconsulting.com
1
Practitioner assets for Requirements by Collaboration, by Ellen Gottesdiener, Addison-Wesley, 2002
Permission is granted to use, modify and distribute this document

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