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Tiny tool results chain maps both positive and negative possible impacts from an intervention.
This is the fourth guidance note from InterAction's series on impact evaluation. The guide, written by David Bonbright, outlines three key themes linked to the effective use of evaluation results. The first theme focuses on ensuring the use of results is planned for from the beginning of the process. The second theme describes the systems and operations that are required in an organisation to ensure that results are used. Finally, the third theme argues that unless organisational culture is reformed results of impact evaluations will never be used well.
This blog post and its associated replies, written by Jed Friedman for the World Bank, describes a process of using analytic methods to overcome some of the assumptions that must be made when extrapolating results from evaluations to other settings. The blog post includes a number of detailed replies which further enhance the ideas initially presented.
This paper from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) synthesizes key lessons drawn from evaluations of projects and programs that have been funded by the ADB. It brings out key findings and recommendations from the ADB's Managing for Development Results (MfDR) agenda that need to be addressed in order to achieve development effectiveness.
Ten steps to a results based monitoring and evaluation system. A handbook for development practitionersResourceGuide2004
This guide provides a ten-step model to help plan, design, and implement a results-based M&E system for good management in organizations working in the public sector. The guide describes these steps in detail, the tasks needed to complete them, and the tools available to help implement them. The process starts with a “Readiness Assessment” and works the design, management, and, the sustainability of the M&E system.