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  1. The role of partnerships in delivering social change

    Event
    Seminar
    17th June, 2015
    Australia
    Free

    Increasingly not-for-profits, government, communities and business are jointly developing and implementing initiatives that address a broad range of socially intractable problems across the community. These initiatives are often systemic and aim to address the root causes of complex issues. They operate within adaptive and dynamic environments and are therefore not well suited to linear approaches to change. Comprehensively tackling intractable problems brings together multiple and diverse actors, often with overlapping boundaries. Increasingly these programs are being delivered through new forms of partnership and collaboration, and there is increasing interest in learning how to best broker, build and assess the strength of these relationships.

  2. How to design an M&E framework for a policy research project

    Resource
    Guide
    2016

    This Methods Lab guidance note focuses on the designing and structuring of a monitoring and evaluation framework for policy research projects and programmes.

  3. 4 tips for planning your policy research M&E

    Blog
    15th March, 2016

    In this guest blog post, Tiina Pasanen, from the Overseas Development Institute (ODI), lays out four key ideas to keep in mind when designing an M&E framework for a policy research project

  4. Workshop: Developing Monitoring and Evaluation Frameworks (Melbourne 14 and 15 July 2016)

    Event
    Workshop
    14th July, 2016 to 15th July, 2016
    Australia
    Paid

    This workshop follows the structure of the text book ‘Developing Monitoring and Evaluation Frameworks’ authored by Dr Ian Patrick and Anne Markiewicz. It will present a clear and staged conceptual model for the systematic development of an M&E Framework. It will examine a range of steps and techniques involved in the design and implementation of the framework; explore potential design issues and implementation barriers; cover the development of a Program Logic; the identification of key evaluation questions; the development of performance indicators; and identification of processes for data collection, on-going analysis and reflection based on data generated.

  5. Public Impact Fundamentals and Observatory

    Resource
    Example
    2016

    The Public Impact Fundamentals are a framework developed by the Centre for Public Impact to assess what makes a successful policy outcome and describe what can be done to maximise the chances of achieving public impact. The Fundamentals are complemented by the Centre's Public Impact Observatory - a library of hundreds of public policy case studies that have been analysed using the Fundamentals.

  6. AES Workshop: Developing Monitoring and Evaluation Frameworks

    Event
    Workshop
    20th March, 2017 to 21st March, 2017
    Australia
    Paid

    This workshop follows the structure of the text book ‘Developing Monitoring and Evaluation Frameworks’ authored by Dr Ian Patrick and Anne Markiewicz. It will present a clear and staged conceptual model for the systematic development of an M&E Framework. It will examine a range of steps and techniques involved in the design and implementation of the framework; explore potential design issues and implementation barriers; cover the development of a Program Logic; the identification of key evaluation questions; the development of performance indicators; and identification of processes for data collection, on-going analysis and reflection based on data generated. The facilitator will encourage interactive peer to peer dialogue to share experiences and learning, and also draw on case studies to encourage application of knowledge and skills to evaluation contexts.

  7. Developing Monitoring and Evaluation Frameworks

    Event
    Workshop
    13th November, 2017 to 14th November, 2017
    Australia
    Paid

    This workshop follows the structure of the text book ‘Developing Monitoring and Evaluation Frameworks’ authored by Anne Markiewicz and Ian Patrick (Sage 2016). It will present a clear and staged conceptual model for the systematic development of an M&E Framework. It will examine a range of steps and techniques involved in the design and implementation of the framework; explore potential design issues and implementation barriers; cover the development of Program Theory and Program Logic; the identification of key evaluation questions; the development of performance indicators; and the identification of processes for multi-method data collection, on-going analysis and reflection based on data generated. The facilitator will encourage interactive peer to peer dialogue to share experiences and learning, and also draw on case studies to encourage application of knowledge and skills to evaluation contexts.

  8. Developing Monitoring and Evaluation Frameworks + FRAMEWORK TEMPLATE

    Resource
    Guide
    2016

    This book, written by Anne Markiewicz and Ian Patrick, offers a step-by-step guide to developing a monitoring and evaluation framework. The approach it presents is both theory and practice-led, and is designed to provide clear and practical advice in a participatory, logical, systematic, and integrated way. It uses a central case study throughout the book to illustrate the key concepts presents, accompanied by a range of examples drawn from the authors' combined 40 years of evaluation practice. The text includes end-of-chapter review questions and a summary checklist, and is complemented by the downloadable monitoring and evaluation framework template.

  9. Developing Monitoring and Evaluation Frameworks (Brisbane)

    Event
    Workshop
    11th December, 2017 to 12th December, 2017
    Australia
    Paid

    This workshop follows the structure of the text book ‘Developing Monitoring and Evaluation Frameworks’ authored by Anne Markiewicz and Ian Patrick (Sage 2016). It will present a clear and staged conceptual model for the systematic development of an M&E Framework. It will examine a range of steps and techniques involved in the design and implementation of the framework; explore potential design issues and implementation barriers; cover the development of Program Theory and Program Logic; the identification of key evaluation questions; the development of performance indicators; and the identification of processes for multi-method data collection, on-going analysis and reflection based on data generated. The facilitator will encourage interactive peer to peer dialogue to share experiences and learning, and also draw on case studies to encourage application of knowledge and skills to evaluation contexts.

  10. Designing and Implementing a Monitoring and Evaluation System workshop (30 Jul, 31 Jul, 1 Aug, 2 Aug 2018 Sydney)

    Event
    Workshop
    30th July, 2018 to 2nd August, 2018
    Australia
    Paid

    This workshop draws on the text book ‘Developing Monitoring and Evaluation Frameworks’ (SAGE, 2016) authored by Anne Markiewicz and Ian Patrick. It presents a clear and staged conceptual model for the systematic development and implementation of an M&E System. The workshop has been developed with four separate, but inter-related components, with one presented each day. People can choose to participate in the full program or part of the program dependent upon their experience and needs.

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