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After Action Reviews (AARs) are a best practice for knowledge sharing and learning. As described on the BetterEvaluation website, an After Action Review is a simple tool to facilitate an assessment of organisational performance by bringing together a team to discuss a task... read more
Diagnostic, Prescriptive, Predictive, and Evaluative: Types of Learning Questions for Projects and Activities
Learning from evidence and experience has always been part of the discipline of international development. In recent years, though, USAID Staff and USAID implementing partners have been asked to intentionally develop learning questions as part of their project and activity... read more
This webinar is an introduction to performance monitoring at the activity level. It explains some key concepts in performance monitoring and demonstrates how one develops a performance motioning plan based on a project or activity theory of change and its associated logic... read more
Is the draft evaluation report that landed on your desk from the external evaluation team you hired exemplary, or not quite? Are you afraid you might have a “surrealist evaluation” that reports the “most insignificant change” through “mixed-up methods”? Before moving on to... read more