Independent evaluation of SDC-funded agriculture projects that had major elements of MSD
We've developed A pragmatic approach to assessing system change that programmes can apply themselves
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The problem with having the main tool used for assessing and representing systemic change limited to narrative framing
How-to guide targeting practitioners responsible for facilitating and/or assessing system change
Study findings suggest systemic change has been initiated at the individual, community and institutional level
Understanding if and how a systems project can bring about sustainable change
Describing a process that programmes can use to assess system changes regularly and practically
Date: 30 April, 2020 09:00 BST (08:00 GMT) Speakers: Aly Miehlbradt, Miehlbradt Consulting Ltd Hans Posthumus, Hans Posthumus Consultancy Rachel Shah, The Springfield Centre Adam Kessler, DCED *If you signed …
A guide presenting a toolkit of methods useful for systemic change programmes.
Revisiting on of the Lab's first projects using a systems approach, 10 years after it closed
The need to ‘prove results’ in job creation easily creates incentives for unsustainable quick fixes that do not shift the conditions holding problems in place.
There are two schools of thought in the MSD community as to how to go about assessing systemic change. These are rooted in two different ways of seeing systems.
Practical steps to assessing systemic change on the ground
Assessing development outcomes beyond capturing numbers
Reaching those in the funding community who want to evolve their current model to invest in systems change approaches
A new framework to to improve interventions’ chances of achieving sustainability and scale
A stock-taking of different approaches and methods used for measuring systemic change
Evidence of the effectiveness of the MSD approach is not strong enough - what can we do to change this?
Measuring how long a programme's impact lasts is crucial to understanding its sustainability.
Why do we lack a precise definition for 'systemic change' despite over a decade of implementing market systems programmes with the explicit goal of systemic change?