Expect the unexpected

Preparing for when plans go awry

Published by
MarketShare Associates, Katalyst, DFAT/PRISMA.

BEAM Conference session on the initiatives (or certain elements of programmes) that went wrong and what enabled programmes to change course and turn things around.

This session also looked at the some of the most significant factors that make this possible, including a culture of learning that gives staff the confidence to recognise and vocalise when things aren’t working out and change their approach.

The session also delved into strategies for donor relationships and how flexible contractual documents and budgets can be?

Presentations from Ben Fowler, MarketShare Associates; Mehjabin Ahmed, Katalyst; Kevin Billing; and Daniel Nugraha, DFAT/PRISMA.