Including Stakeholders' Perspectives

What is including stakeholders' perspectives?

The formative evaluation does not have separate methods since it is an overarching term that refers to principles behind the methods used during development. To illustrate and further clarify this, some practical examples of methods that convey the principles from formative evaluation are provided below.

What is the aim of including stakeholders' perspectives?

In the previous sub phase, it was monitored whether a project is still on track to detect problems as early as posible and solve these problems as soon as possible. In this sub phase, the aim is to make sure that the relationship between the technology, takeholder and context is guaranteed. In this way, formative evaluation can be used to identify potential implementation problems and tackle them in early phases of development.