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Theory of Change Workbook: A Step-by-Step Process for Developing or Strengthening Theories of Change [Text]Salib, M. - 2022 - USAID
While over time theories of change have become synonymous with simple if/then statements, a strong theory of change should actually be a much more detailed, context-specific articulation of how we *theorize* change will happen under a program.
“There’s no money for that.” Three Ways to Resource Collaborating, Learning, and Adapting [Text]Salib, M. - 2016, April 25 - USAID Learning Lab
This blog is the third in an ongoing series exploring the components of USAID's CLA Framework. Here is the first blog on organizational culture and the second on effective learning.
Help! I’m hiring new staff and I want them to work adaptively. A guide to hiring adaptive employees.Salib, M. - 2019 - USAID LEARN
If you are involved in hiring, this tool can help you increase your chances of selecting staff members skilled in adaptive management. It will help answer the questions: Which competencies should I recruit for in order to hire more adaptive employees? Which desired qualifications should I incorporate into position descriptions to attract adaptive employees? Which interview questions should I ask to screen for adaptive employee competencies? You should use this tool when you decide to hire a...
Introducing the CLA Maturity Tool for Implementing PartnersSalib, M., & Ziegler, J. - 2023, January 11 - Social Impact
On December 13, 2022, Social Impact hosted a webinar in our Evidence for Impact series, "Strengthen Your Team's CLA Practices: Introducing the CLA Maturity Tool for USAID Implementers." Through the session, we shared more about the origin and history of the USAID tool upon which this version is based, why and how we updated