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  1. Reconstructing Baseline Data for Impact Evaluation and Results Measurement

    Resource
    Guide
    2010

    This paper, written by Michael Bamberger for the World Bank, analyses why baseline studies are not always conducted and then outlines strategies that can be used to reconstruct baseline data later in the program cycle. 

  2. Measuring results and impact in the age of big data

    Resource
    Discussion paper
    2020

    This paper explores the nexus of data science and evaluation, probing the issues and challenges of incorporating big data into evaluation practice.

  3. Quantitative and Qualitative Methods in Impact Evaluation and Measuring Results

    Resource

    This paper from the Governance and Social Development Resource Centre (GRDRC) provides a detailed discussion of using both qualitative and quantitative methods in impact evaluation.

  4. C4D Hub: Compare results to a counterfactual (strategy 1)

    Development Theme

    What is it?

    One of the ways of understanding causes (i.e. the extent to which an intervention caused outcomes) is to compare the observed results to those you would expect if the intervention had not been implemented - this is known as the 'counterfactual'. There are three broad options for creating a counterfactual. These are:

  5. Results Based Management (RBM) Systems

    Event
    27th April, 2014

    Develop an RBM system in your organisation This five-day programme will give you a thorough understanding of the principles and practice of result-based management (RBM). You will go on to learn how to develop a strategy and implementation plan for RBM in your organisation, including the promotion of a results culture. Duration: 5 days Venue: Brighton Date: 12 - 16 May, 2014 (Deadline: 22 May, 2014) Second course date: 01 - 05 Dec, 2014 (Deadline: 03 Nov, 2014) Fee: £1900 http://www.imainternational.com/training/factsheet/Results-based+Management+%28RBM%29+Systems

  6. Online Certificate Course on Results-Based Project Management

    Event
    Course
    21st May, 2018
    Online
    Paid

    This course provides a complete overview of the results-based project management (RBPM) approach with practical applications of tools and methods needed for planning, managing, monitoring and evaluating development projects. You will need between 8-10 hours per week to complete the lectures and case study exercises. You will participate in engaging online conversations with peers from around the world while receiving a constant guidance from the instructor.

  7. Measuring results: the demand-side revolution

    Resource
    2011

    This blog from NGO Performance outlines a process for monitoring the performance of NGOs based on demand, rather than supply. 

  8. Country-led monitoring and evaluation systems: Better evidence, better policies, better development results

    Resource
    Overview
    2009

    This book from UNICEF provides a number of chapters considering why country-led monitoring and evaluation systems are important and some best practice examples of how they have been used.

  9. Using (Reach and) Results Chains to Understand (Plan, Measure and Evaluate) Complex Multi-level Interventions

    Resource
    2014

    A powerpoint put together by Steve Montague. It addresses the problem that our mental models are too simplistic and proposes that evaluators need to recognise reach, the intended target of influence by a program or organisation, as well as results. In addition, Montague proposes that evaluators should facilitate evaluative activities and learning, create evaluative information, take a systems approach adapted to linear culture, and use a common lense and language.

  10. Online Certificate Course: Results-Based Project Management for Development Organizations and NGOs

    Event
    Course
    12th March, 2018
    Online
    Paid

    This course provides a complete overview of the results-based project management (RBPM) approach with practical applications of tools and methods needed for planning, managing, monitoring and evaluating development projects. You will need between 8-10 hours per week to complete the lectures and case study exercises. You will participate in engaging online conversations with peers from around the world while receiving a constant guidance from the instructor.

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