In his latest post, Andrew Clappison reflects upon the discussion that took place during the Future of Impact Conference, and encourages us to think about the value of impact beyond the UK’s Research Excellence Framework (REF)
This working paper offers guidelines that nonprofit organizations can use when designing evaluations to learn about both their investments in communications strategies and the impacts of those investments.
In this post, James Harvey explores some difficult and unanswered questions on research ‘impact’, such as “How deep is our understanding of influence itself?” and “Do we really have the processes in place to detect influence at all?”
INASP are looking for a Director of Evaluation, Learning and Communication who will ensure that we become as well-known for understanding and communicating what works and why as we currently are for effective programme delivery.
The Assistant Director-General (ADG) of Health Systems and Innovation (HIS) is commissioning an independent review to evaluate the effectiveness of research uptake strategies used by three departments.
In this article, James Harvey examines the relationship between influence and impact and how the questions that arise have implications for current thinking on monitoring and evaluation.
This Background Note describes a case study of one attempt to assess the impact of a knowledge product: The Vietnam…
This handbook of data collection tools is intended to serve as a companion to A Guide to Measuring Advocacy and…
We would like to draw your attention to another useful section within the Smart Toolkit, this time on indetifying indiators…