Three different approaches for measuring anything
In my experience staff working in international development often struggle with devising measures of outcome variables and abstract concepts such capacity or empowerment.…
Published on Linkedin, 7 May, 2021
Ensuring aid reaches those most in need
International development is a highly challenging sector with a range of different approaches used to deliver sustainable impacts for those most in need.
Published on DevPolicyBlog, 23 July, 2019
An Organisational Diagnostic Framework
Over the past 30 years governments around the world have been under pressure to demonstrate the efficient and effective use of public resources…
Published on Linkedin, 16 February, 2018
Leadership’s critical role in support of evaluation
Senior leaders have many opportunities to demonstrate their support for evaluation using evidence to inform decision making at all stages of the program management cycle to drive continuous improvement.
Published on Evaluation Capacity Development Group, 12 November, 2017
A comparison of two primary evaluation purposes
The emphasis given to accountability versus learning in an individual study and in an evaluation office’s overall work program is vitally important. It determines the way evaluations will be conducted and which stakeholders will be well served.
Published on Evaluation Capacity Development Group, 17 July, 2017
An analysis of ineffective programs
Public sector managers are not always aware of the gaps in the initial design and/or implementation arrangements for their programs.
Published on LinkedIn, 28 May, 2017
Why do evaluations?
M&E is not an end in itself. Governments and organizations build monitoring and evaluation systems because they believe that such systems will help them to improve their governance and performance.
Published on LinkedIn, 13 May, 2017