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Smart Implementation of complex change processesBeier, C., & Kirsch, R. - 2020 - Global Solutions Journal, 5, 206–211
Cooperation management facilitates the recoupling of progress toward sustainable development
Transformation, politics and implementation: smart implementation in governance programs (R. Kirsch, E. Siehl, & A. Stockmayer, Eds.; 1. Auflage)Kirsch, R., Siehl, E., & Stockmayer, A. (Eds.) - 2017 - Nomos
Working in environments characterised by a high degree of uncertainty, uncontrollability and unpredictability, development agents try to organise complex realities into manageable units. What principles influence the decision on adequate approaches and necessary steps? Through theoretical considerations and nine case studies, the GIZ traces implementation processes and identifies underlying guiding principles which provide the flexibility and adaptability that is necessary for acting in...
FOCEVAL – Promoting Evaluation Capacities in Costa Rica:: Smart(er) Implementation with Capacity WORKS?Storm, S. - 2017 - In R. Kirsch, E. Siehl, & A. Stockmayer (Eds.), Transformation, Politics and Implementation (1st ed., pp. 175–194) - Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH
The National Monitoring and Evaluation System of Costa Rica and its corresponding laws were established during the 1990s. Since then, the country has endeavored to implement monitoring and evaluation (M&E) activities as part of its public policy framework. Nevertheless, hardly any systematic evaluations had been conducted, and monitoring activities had been reduced mainly to the institutional self-reporting of implementation compliance. Persisting regional disparities and growing levels of...
Doing Development Differently: Understanding the Landscape and Implications of New Approaches to Governance and Public-sector ReformsFritz, V. - 2017 - In R. Kirsch, E. Siehl, & A. Stockmayer (Eds.), Transformation, Politics and Implementation (1st ed., pp. 75–98) - Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH
Seeking to accelerate development, the agencies and individuals involved have regularly advanced new ideas of how external support can function better, deliver more, and achieve greater impact. There has been a particular flourishing of new ideas within the broad field of governance and public-sector reforms in the 2000s. This chapter starts off with a review of the “landscape of new ideas,” focusing on five proposed approaches in particular: political economy analysis (PEA), Problem-Driven...