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Dr Bryn Hughes (Australia, USA) specialises in applying Complexity Thinking to organisational performance, learning, and evaluation. With a PhD from the University of Queensland and an MBA from Queensland University of Technology, he currently leads a research project which explores the experiences of Australian women deployed in peace and security operations around the globe.

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Who is this for? This Short Course is for individuals and members of think tanks and other policy research organisations who are looking for viable and innovative ways to assess how their own research influences policymaking. There are limited spaces and participants will be expected to actively engage in the process (before, during and after the webinars).

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“So much government activity is about behaviour change,” according to Dr Liam Smith and Mark Boulet. “We increase the odds of success by opening up new ways of thinking and revealing new methods and tools.” Key benefits This workshop will explore problems and help you understand behavioural drivers, how to design and test interventions supported by the right data, methods to collect the right data, and how to evaluate impact.

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The wonderful thing about BetterEvaluation is that it is, at its core, a platform to co-create and share knowledge about how to better conduct, use and manage evaluations.  Evaluation practitioners and managers, experts and partner organizations work together to create and learn from improved knowledge and practice in monitoring and evaluation.

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Last week we launched our newest theme page Sustained and Emerging Impacts Evaluation, authored by Jindra Cekan (Valuing Voices), Laurie Zivetz (Valuing Voices), and Patricia Rogers (BetterEvaluation/ANZSOG).

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Cost: $600, or $500 for participants of Program Logic & Theory of Change * AES members, students, NGO staff and group bookings may be eligible for a discount View course description

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