16-20 March 2020, Washington DC. Adaptive Management Theory and Practice for International Development Adaptive management (AM) is a hot topic in the international development and humanitarian sector. It is widely regarded by donors and practitioners as necessary to effectively implementing programs in complex and volatile environments. What does adaptive management actually mean? How do we use adaptive management across different types of programs? What are specific tools and approaches of Adaptive Management? The course includes a section (day 5) on Outcome Harvesting, where it will be presented with and compared to other tools, and part of exercises that the participants do to explore applying tools.
31 JULY, 1 AUGUST 2019, Johannesburg, South Africa. Outcome Harvesting - An introduction to its theory and practice This workshop is to build participants understanding of the basic of the OH method such that as commissioners or conductors of evaluations, they can identify when it is appropriate to use this method to address questions. Participants will also be able to accurately use the steps and principles of the methods to support organisational learning and accountability. Trainer is Barbara Klugman. The workshop will be organised by Southern Hemisphere.
10-12 JUNE 2019, University of Bologna, Italy. Three-day Summer School Outcome Harvesting for Complex Development Programmes This workshop is for evaluators and commissioners of evaluations of development and social change with no previous experience with Outcome Harvesting and will be facilitated by Conny Hoitink. Early Review Deadline: April 30, 2019 General Application Deadline: May 18, 2019