(8.-9. november) Norad og andre donorer spør stadig oftere om endringsteori i sine søknadsskjema. I tillegg er dette en tankemåte som i større grad enn LFA reflekterer en kompleks virkelighet, komplekse prosjekter/programmer og som tvinger oss til å gjøre de forutsetninger og tankemåter vi bygger på mer eksplisitte. Kort og godt: ToC er et nyttig verktøy bade på organisasjons-, program– og prosjektnivå.
(6. - 7. november 2017 - BOND) Find out all you need to know about how to plan, run and manage an international development project, with specific focus on the practical planning and implementation phases. Learn about the tools that are central to success, including Gantt charts and critical path analysis, and how to apply them.
(8. november 2017 - NEF Consultant) Assigning a value to outcomes is often, conceptually, the most challenging aspect of socio-economic analysis such as Social Return on Investment (SROI). Even if your background is in social research and evaluation, you may be unfamiliar with the approaches used to produce cost-benefit analysis in monetary terms.
(20. - 24. november 2017 - INTRAC) This course builds on participants’ understanding and skills of how to develop sustainable and cost effective monitoring and evaluation processes and practices within their own projects, programmes and organisations.
(22. november 2017 - BOND) Innovation is critical for organisations wanting to meet the scale of current global challenges, increase their impact and stay relevant in a changing context – and donors are increasingly demanding it. Through a design-led process, this course provides a grounding in the key principles and stages of innovation, as well as the opportunity to practise using innovation techniques, tools and processes that can be incorporated into your everyday work to help you develop new and better solutions.