Sunday, September 07, 2014

What Works

The Skoll World Forum features  a special series on evaluation.  
+Annie Duflo from Innovations for Poverty Action on the power of randomized evaluation.
+Using the Moneyball approach to measuring impact is dangerous because it can lead donors to seek out only the most easily provable results, write Caroline Fiennes of Giving Evidence and the Skoll Foundation's Ehren Reed.
+How Grand Challenges Canada uses their theory of change to drive bigger impact in global health.
+Tanya Beer and Julia Coffman from the Center for Evaluation Innovation rethink accountability for adaptive initiatives.

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