The PIVOT: Practical, InnoVative, On-the-Job Training theory of change posits that staff must exhibit skills in three areas of capacity — PSE, CLA, and leadership for change management — to successfully foster a PSE orientation within their Missions to address development challenges.The PIVOT program focuses on building...
This information packet offers an overview of PIVOT: Practical, InnoVative, On-the-Job Training. PIVOT is the Africa Bureau’s organizational change management program that advances private-sector engagement (PSE) through technical and leadership skills-building for greater development impact.
This slide presentation offers a snapshot of PIVOT: Practical, InnoVative, On-the-Job Training, highlighting its purpose, unique model, and programming. PIVOT is the Africa Bureau’s organizational change management program that advances private-sector engagement (PSE) through technical and leadership...
The PIVOT -SRLA Learning Review Final Report captured promising practices, lessons learned, and evidence of change from the yearlong PIVOT: Practical, InnoVative, On-the-Job Training Cohort Program on how to advance PSE as a pathway toward self-reliance. The inaugural PIVOT: Practical, InnoVative, On-the-Job...
From February to June 2020, the DRG Center is hosting a series of virtual panel discussions titled "The DRG Tipping Point."
In this virtual session, we will explore some of the fundamentals of Social and Behavioral Change (SBC).
USAID approved its groundbreaking policy on Promoting the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (PRO-IP). What are some of the best practices to engage with Indigenous Peoples, to safeguard against harm, and support their development priorities and self-reliance in order to achieve USAID's mission?
In our increasingly connected life, the online space is an integral part of our everyday life and the distinction between online and offline is increasingly blurred. But the strategies to operate successfully online are not just about having an "online presence", but about how to use data, and to use it effectively; and this does raise new ethical complexities and questions.
This session focuses on the unexpected ways that storytelling can and does catalyze development.
Findings, Conclusions, and Recommendations from Four Missions