Itad at SEEP2016
This week, Itad’s Charley Clarke will be at The SEEP Network’s annual conference in Arlington, Virginia, participating in two sessions as part of the ‘Getting and Using the Right Kinds of Evidence’ technical track.
At 11am (UTC) on Tuesday, Charley will be part of a discussion on ‘understanding Systemic Change in Market Systems’, exploring lessons and …
Six Lessons from the 2016 UK Evaluation Society Conference
Itad was well represented at this years’ UK Evaluation Society (UKES) conference; we were involved in five presentations across a range of subjects (though all rooted in this years’ theme of ‘complexity’), and we had several staff members among the general delegates. Here, some of them reflect on the lessons they took away from the …
Itad at the 2016 UKES Conference
Itad had lots of representatives at this years’ UK Evaluation Society (UKES) Conference, speaking on a range of subjects from measuring resilience in complex contexts to championing change through evaluation.
Dave Wilson and Robbie Gregorowski reflected on the lessons they are learning on our BRACED project, in particular how they have translated …
BEAM citizens, bring out your evidence!
As many of you may have seen on the BEAM Exchange webpage, newsletter, and LinkedIn, BEAM is appealing to you, the BEAM community, for your evidence on market systems development projects. We want you to know the reasons why this search for evidence is so important:
We want to build on our existing learning culture
You only have to look at the healthy …
Five things I learned from the Leeds Realist Evaluation Conference (including why The Wire really is the best television show ever)
On November 4th and 5th I attended the conference ‘State of the Art Realist Methodologies’ in Leeds, hosted by the University of Leeds. Here are some of the highlights for me.
*Disclaimer: This post dives straight into Realist Evaluation concepts – my apologies to the uninitiated.
1. I learned that we are not alone in our struggle to explain Realist …
Tim Ruffer on BEAM Exchange Webinar
Itad’s Tim Ruffer will be contributing to a BEAM Exchange webinar on how market systems programmes are attributing change to their interventions. The webinar will take place on 12 March 2015, 10-11am GMT.
Tim will be giving a conceptual introduction to a 3-step framework to measuring and attributing change in market systems. He will be joined by consultants …