Thomas Delahais leads or contributes to evaluation and strategic consulting missions for public organizations in France and abroad. He is a specialist in impact assessment methods, including contribution analysis.
Thomas conducts numerous training courses each year in the evaluation and design of public policies, in France and abroad (as in 2015 for FAO, the Regional Council of Nord-Pas-de-Calais and INET), and also provides long-term support to organizations to set up their evaluation system (for example the Directorate General of Labour). He is also a lecturer at Paris-1 University as part of the Master's degree in "Economics of Planning and Local Development".
Thomas Delahais was previously a consultant for 10 years at Euréval, where he was the director in charge of innovation.
What kind of evaluator are you? Exploring different evaluator paradigmsBlog
People are often worried about the “right way” of doing things. As an evaluator, you may have come across other evaluators and thought “their way of evaluating is just like mine” or, indeed, the opposite, “I wouldn’t have approached the subject or data collection in that way”. But what if there is no one good way, but several, shaped by your personal worldview?
The notion of evaluator paradigms
This is what Egon Guba and Yvonna Lincoln  suggested in the late 1980s with the notion of “evaluator paradigms”. They used the term not so much in the sense of scientific
Thomas DelahaisQuadrant Conseil
Alexandra WilliamsConsultant Quadrant Conseil