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This is the second paper in the BetterEvaluation Working Paper Series, Monitoring and Evaluation for Adaptive Management. It explores the history, various definitions and forms of adaptive management, including Doing Development Differently (DDD), Thinking Working Politically (TWP), Problem-Driven Iterative Adaption (PDIA), and Collaboration, Learning and Adaption (CLA). It also explores what is needed for adaptive management to work.
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This paper is the first in the BetterEvaluation Monitoring and Evaluation for Adaptive Management working paper series. While focused especially on international development, this paper is relevant to wider areas of public good activity, especially in a time of global pandemic, uncertainty and an increasing need for adaptive management.
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EvalC3 is an organised set of tools for developing, exploring and evaluating predictive models of expected outcomes.

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This resource and the following information was contributed by Dr Glenn O'Neil. Authors and their affiliation Glenn O’Neil is founder of evaluation consultancy, Owl RE based in Geneva, Switzerland.  Year of publication 2017 Type of resource Guide Key features The guide explains how to use communication to support evaluation. The guide is structured around three broad phases of the evaluation process: before, during and after.

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We invited Mishkah Jakoet to share some thoughts on how evaluation can be more useful for impact investing.  Mishkah brings considerable experience in evaluation for impact investing, including contributing to the revision of the IRIS+ indicators. The IRIS+ metrics are currently under review, and being expanded to include a new catalogue of metrics, a much-anticipated update that promises much benefit within the global impact investment ecosystem.

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Evaluation needs to respond to the changes brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic.  As well as direct implications for the logistics of collecting data and managing evaluation processes, the pandemic has led to rapid changes in what organisations are trying to do and how evaluation can best be used to support these changes.    In the third of our Adapting Evaluation in the time of COVID-19 blog series, we are focusing on the third cluster of tasks in the Rainbo

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