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Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation of complex processes of social change. Towards a diverse PME approach

Jan Van Ongevalle, Maarse

Summary: This paper shares the first results of an ongoing collaborative action research whereby , ten development organizations joined hands to explore a diverse mix of PME approaches with the aim of dealing more effectively with complex processes of social change.
There are four reasons why this paper may be of interest to you:
1. An analytic framework of 4 questions that may help you to assess your own effectiveness in dealing with complex change
2. An overview of how various organizations combined and adapted various PME approaches (e.g. outcome mapping, most significant change, client satisfaction instruments, …)
3. An outline of the meaning and the importance of a balanced PME approach (PME is more than just the tools).
4. A practical example of reflective action by organizations who are themselves becoming the researchers.

Type: Research Reports

Theme: OM Resources: Books and Articles

Contibuted by: Jan Van Ongevalle, on: 24 Jun 2011

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Latin America & Carribean Sub-Saharan Africa North Africa & Middle East South Asia South East Asia & Pacific Far-East Asia Eastern Europe & CIS (ex USSR) Western Europe North America & Canada Australasia