Organisational Learning

Pelican Initiative: Platform for Evidence-based Learning & Communications for Social Change

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"The Pelican Initiative focuses on the central question: How can we learn more from what we do while at the same time having the biggest possible impact on the social change processes in which we engage?"

Making Evaluation Results Count: Internalising Evidence by Learning

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Authors: P. Engel, C. Carlsson and A. van Zee
Publication Date: August 2003 (Policy Management Brief No. 16)

POET User's Manual Participatory Organizational Evaluation Tool

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Author: Beryl Levinger and Evan Bloom 
Publication Date: 2004 

PROSE (the methodology behind POET) stands for Participatory, Results-Oriented, Self-Evaluation, a new methodology for assessing and enhancing organizational capacities. PROSE is designed for use by service organizations, schools, and government units committed to dramatically improving their ability to promote significant, positive, and lasting change.

UNHCR's Evaluation Policy

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Author: Evaluation and Policy Analysis Unit 
Publication Date: 2002 

UNHCR is now introducing an evaluation policy that is intended to make a further contribution towards UNHCR's capacity for organizational learning, performance review and public accountability.

Theory of Change: A Practical Tool For Action, Results and Learning

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Author: Organizational Research Services (ORS)
Publication Date: 2004 

This publication addresses the need of every community for a roadmap for change. One recommended approach is to develop an outcome map, a visual diagram that depicts relationships between initiative strategies and intended results. This map would illustrate destinations of progress and the routes to travel on the way to achieving progress.

Monitoring and evaluation in learning organisations - transparency of process

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Author: Dlamini, Nomvula (Center for Developmental Practice CDRA)
Publication Date: 2006 

When will we ever learn? Improving lives through impact evaluation

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Authors: The Evaluation Gap Working Group 
Publication Date: 2006 

The Evaluation Gap Working Group was convened to understand the reasons for the lack of good impact evaluation and the possible ways to make significant progress toward solving the problem. After a year of research and deliberation and further consultation among a broad set of interested parties, the group reached a recommendation