Programme Sustainability Model [HEURISTIC]

Programme Sustainability Model [HEURISTIC]

Based on our experience of designing and evaluating development initiatives, there are three elements that are critical for the sustainability of programmes. DRIVING FORCE The source of energy and momentum

Using Fuzzy Set Qualitative Comparative Analysis, fsQCA [CASE STUDY]

By Sophia Greeley, ImpactReady Consulting Fellow 2013 Fuzzy-set analysis works from the assumption that the life isn’t black and white. Things can be more black, or more white, but rarely

J-Frame Design Model [HEURISTIC]

The J-Frame is a model that we use to guide our design work and to choose approaches that are appropriate for the ‘social space’ (context) into which we are designing.

7 Principles for Great Intranet Design

By Ronnie MacPherson, ImpactReady Knowledge Advisor The development, launch and management of an intranet can be a daunting prospect for any organisation. Introducing new technology into the workplace is often

Affinity Mapping Usability of Humanitarian Evaluations

We recently undertook research for UNICEF’s Evaluation Unit as part of a submission to their Executive Board. Our contribution centred around the usability of evaluations and lessons that have emerged

Coventry University Disaster Management students learn about school feeding in emergencies

Drawing on our experience with designing school feeding programmes, and developing the global programme guidance for WFP school feeding, ImpactReady recently ran a scenario for undergraduate students on the disaster

Quality Assurance Policy: Evaluations

Principles Our Quality Assurance System is built on the three principles of our partnership: Focus, Collaboration, and Integrity. Principle One: Focus We will only ever work where we can truly