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Ian J Seath

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Frameworks for approaching collaboration

I recently came across an excellent paper on frameworks for collaboration in the humanitarian sector (but it has much wider applicability). You can download it here. Dan McClure and Hannah Reichardt wrote it for Save the Children and describe 3 main strategies for collaboration, shown in the image below. These address 3 different problem scenarios: … Continue reading

Sign-up for the “Measuring the Good” Learning Lab #5: Theory of Change

Measuring the Good Learning Lab #5: Theory of Change 29 May 2019, 12.30 – 2pm Online session (zoom) For pro bono volunteers and third sector organisations: Due to popular demand, Measuring the Good are repeating their Theory of Change workshop. This webinar will take you through the key steps to, and benefits of, developing a … Continue reading

Who’s quantifying the cost of failure?

I’ve been running a series of Demand Management masterclasses for a public sector client and we start the session by discussing what performance data is available for a few of their routine processes. I ask them if they know what the annual cost of running the process is and how many times it is used … Continue reading

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