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As part social scientist by training, I'm partial to the questionnaire idea. If your organization is large enough and management is willing to support your efforts, it may be possible to do a double blind experiment to see if a particular dojo helped the participants in that particular subject matter (As Ewan mentioned, we currently lack an objective method ...


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If you work out how to measure whether someone is a good programmer or not then you have solved an age old problem and will be hailed as a genius by project managers the world over. Instead measure whether people are enjoying the dojos. I suggest beer and pizza rather than in depth critiques of naming conventions.


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