I will speak at Massey University Palmerston North on Tuesday March 13 about a complex, fast moving dynamic situation in Cambodia where I ran an Outcome Harvest evaluation. It is an extra-ordinary project which rbis questions ranging from what human identity is constructed from to how one can evaluate a nebulous concept like dignified adaptation in such complexity. Lets see if staff and students at Massey can help me.
I will deliver two one day workshops on Outcome Harvesting in Wellington and Auckland for the Aotearoa New Zealand Evaluation Association (ANZEA). These will be interactive workshops looking at what evaluation is and when and why Outcome harvesting might be used. See the ANZEA flyer here, or go to their website www.anzea.org.nz
Outcome Mapping and Outcome Harvesting for Project Staff, Managers and Funders. Cambodia, December 2017
4-6 Dec. Outcome Mapping- Basics and Beyond.
7-8 Dec. Outcome Harvesting- Ideas and Practice
14-15 Dec. Managing Outcome-Based Development
Bob Williams and I present an interactive 90 minute session at the 2017 American Evaluation Association conference titled
We use my evaluation in Afghanistan earlier this year to look at OH as a tactic and Systems thinking as the strategy to unravel complex system dynamics and hint at entry points.
I am running a half day pre-conference workshop at the American Evaluation Association conference titled :