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Evidence shows that adaptive management leads to better results. Within international development, there is a growing recognition that adaptive management skills and processes are critical for successful development impact, but there isn’t consensus or clarity about what... read more
Blog | May 20, 2019 | Matthew Baker
What do staff who telework every week, staff who live across countries or a manager who supervises staff who don't come to the office have in common? They are all examples of remote working situations in development.  We know that effective collaboration is incredibly... read more
Blog | May 6, 2019 | Katherine Haugh
It seems that adaptive management is all the rage lately. And while we know the different ways to do it, we don’t know necessarily what it takes. This begs the question: what are the types of management decisions one should take to practice adaptive management? A decision... read more
Blog | May 3, 2019 | Matthew Baker
We all know relationships matter––whether with our colleagues, friends or family. We also know that in international development relationships inside an organization or between organizations can mean the difference between smooth flying and turbulence when implementing a... read more
Blog | Mar 26, 2019 | Learning Lab
If adaptive management is about responding to changes, we need information about those changes -- and good information at that One method that is used often and is particularly well suited to this type of learning is interviews, especially in-depth, semi-structured... read more
Blog | Feb 19, 2019 | Matthew Baker
This visual summarizes findings from a recent literature review on evidence-based decision-making. This work is supported by the Global Development Lab (the Lab). We will be sharing the full report here once it is available. If you are interested to learn more, please... read more
Blog | Dec 18, 2017 | Learning Lab
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