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  1. Week 12: Evaluation innovation in transparency and accountability

    Blog
    21st March, 2014

    Innovation is a relative concept. It is about new practice … for the topic and person or group in question. The context-specific nature of what constitutes ‘an innovation’ became clear during a recent event around global transparency and accountability efforts.

  2. Global Innovations in Measurement and Evaluation

    Blog
    30th August, 2017

    This guest blog is by Anoushka Kenley from NPC, who is one of the authors of NPC's recent report on Global Innovations in Measurement and Evaluation. Anoushka shares with us a bit of the process behind the report, and discusses three of the eight trends that the report focuses on and why they're important. 

  3. Global Innovations in Measurement and Evaluation

    Resource
    Overview
    2017

    This report by NPC highlights their research into the latest developments in theory and practice in measurement and evaluation. The authors found that new thinking, techniques, and technology are influencing and improving practice. This report highlights eight developments that the authors think have the greatest potential to improve evaluation and programme design, and the careful collection and use of data. 

  4. How to choose, develop, and support innovation in evaluation

    Blog
    20th June, 2018

    This blog is an abridged version of the brief Innovations in evaluation: How to choose, develop and support them, written by Patricia Rogers and Alice Macfarlan. It builds on a webinar delivered by Patricia Rogers in May 2018 as a joint project of UNICEF, BetterEvaluation and EVALSDGs. This blog opens up some of the issues and questions about why and how to adopt innovations in evaluation, while the brief goes into further detail about innovations that can be useful in addressing long standing challenges in evaluation.

  5. Week 9: Innovation in evaluation part 3: what’s the latest in advocacy evaluation?

    Blog
    3rd March, 2014

    Julia Coffman is Director of the Centre for Evaluation Innovation. In the third blog of our innovation in evaluation series, she looks some recent innovations in a notoriously tricky area: advocacy evaluation. Last week, Thomas Winderl explored how development evaluation must evolve to meet the challenge of complexity and responsive planning. This week we’ll be reporting from the African Evaluation Association’s 7th international conference, where BetterEvaluation is supporting a strand of conference presentations and posters on methodological innovation.

  6. International Program for Development Evaluation Training 2016: Building Skills to Evaluate Development Interventions

    Event
    Course
    6th June, 2016 to 1st July, 2016
    Canada
    Paid

    The International Program for Development Evaluation Training is an executive training program that features a two-week Core Course, followed by two weeks of 26 in-depth workshops, taught by a dynamic group of renowned international faculty drawn from organizations around the world. The program is highly responsive to the changing international environment, addressing the requirements of new development policies and delivery mechanisms that favor local ownership, increased national accountability, and partnership. Similarly, the curriculum is designed to reflect the international shift in focus from project evaluation to more complex program-, policy-, country-, and even global-level evaluation.

  7. Innovative M&E Activities/Workshops

    Forum topic

    Hi all,  Just wondering if anyone can direct me towards resources/advice for a target audience that are new to M&E, it's benefits and may be sceptical as to its usefulness. In a workshop environment, has anyone used clever methods or activities t ...

  8. An Accountability Framework for Technological Innovation

    Resource
    Tool
    2010

    This brief provides a range of recommendations to support organisations that are conducting research and design (R & D) to be more accountable.

  9. Launch of EvalPartners 2017 Innovation Challenges

    Blog
    Better-Admin
    22nd June, 2017

    As one of the EvalPartners, we'd like to share this EvalPartners announcement about the launch of the 2017 round of "Innovation Challenges". EvalPartners is a global partnership to strengthen national evaluation capacities. In November 2015, it launched the first ever long-term global vision for evaluation, developed during EvalYear 2015 through a participatory process with the global evaluation community.

  10. Choosing appropriate designs and methods for impact evaluation- Department of Industry, Innovation and Science

    Resource
    Guide
    2016

    The Department of Industry, Innovation and Science has commissioned this report to explore the challenges and document a range of possible approaches for the impact evaluations that the department conducts. Research for the project comprised interviews with key internal stakeholders to understand their needs, and a review of the literature on impact evaluation, especially in the industry, innovation and science context. That research led directly to the development of this guide. This research project is the first stage of a larger project to develop materials as the basis for building departmental capability in impact evaluation.

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