Date: 30 April, 2020 09:00 BST (08:00 GMT)
Aly Miehlbradt, Director, Miehlbradt Consulting Ltd.
Hans Posthumus, Trainer Consultant, Hans Posthumus Consultancy
Rachel Shah, Consultant, The Springfield Centre
Adam Kessler, Results Measurement Specialist, DCED
Few topics inspire as much confusion and debate as systemic change. What is it? How do you measure it? Does it even matter?
Assessing changes in systems might be more doable than you think. This webinar will explore a back-to-basics approach to assessing system change.
In November 2019, thirty results measurement specialists, managers and consultants got together in Bangkok. They recognised that many programmes find assessing and reporting changes in systems challenging. To help programmes get unstuck, the group discussed a back-to-basics approach to assessing changes in systems, applying it in a workshop setting to cases from participants’ programmes.
The approach is based on what programmes are actually doing and learning from assessing changes in systems in practice. It can be:
An open discussion will follow and we encourage comments and examples from practitioners assessing changes in systems in their own contexts.
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