Jim is interested in learning, and whose learning counts, and why, and how strategy and evaluation processes can support or constrain learning. Alongside working with NGOs and foundations, he is looking to find the best ways of supporting groups and networks outside of the professionalised sector. Over two decades as a freelance consultant, he has built up extensive experience of working with campaigns and social movements. Prior to going freelance, Jim worked in the campaigns department at Oxfam GB, latterly as Strategy Development and Learning Manager. Jim is based in London.
Contributed by this member
- In this thought paper, Jim Coe and Rhonda Schlangen argue for evaluating effectiveness using a new accountability model.
- Efforts to measure, quantify and compare the 'value' of different interventions have become popular as a way for social change organisations to decide how to use their time and money.
- BetterEvaluation Discussion Paper 1 is a thought piece written by Rhonda Schlangen and Jim Coe (independent consultants), members of the BetterEvaluation Community, and is intended to promote discussion.