In pursuit of the deep and sustained shifts necessary for adaptive management
The final blog in Nigel Simister’s series on adaptive management and the M&E of complex projects and programmes.
Making M&E work for adaptive management requires strategic skills
The penultimate blog in Nigel Simister’s series on adaptive management and the M&E of complex projects and programmes.
How Adaptive Management is challenging the monitoring and evaluation of complex programmes
By Nigel Simister Adaptive management is a broad approach designed to support development or humanitarian programmes in complex or uncertain […]
The Evaluation of Complex Programmes
Over the next few weeks, INTRAC will publish a short blog series by Nigel Simister on adaptive management and the M&E of complex projects and programmes.
Theory of Change facilitator’s guide for Oxfam GB
INTRAC developed a training pack on Theory of Change for Oxfam GB. This provided practical guidance and materials for facilitating […]
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