D.I.Y. Workshop on Monitoring and Evaluation in Geneva

February 7, 2007 at 3:57 pm 4 comments

As part of the LIFT07 conference in Geneva, I ran a workshop on “Do-It-Yourself Monitoring and Evaluation” today. Some 40 people attended and the participants did some interesting work in designing evaluation frameworks for their projects. My presentation can be found here:

D.I.Y. Monitoring and Evaluation (pdf – 690 kb)

There was also some interest in the following areas:

  • Network mapping; Rick Davies has an excellent web page on this methodology.
  • Relationship measurement; a good start are the IPR guidelines.
  • Most Significant Change Method and Outcome Mapping are described on this web page quite well (scroll down and you can download the pfd with more details).
  • And there was a lot of interest in Blog Return-on-investment. You can read about the work of Forrester Research in this area, but you’d be wise to read the counterpoints on the blogs of K D Paine and LeverWealth.


Entry filed under: Trainings, Seminars & Conferences.

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4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. nchenga  |  February 7, 2007 at 5:36 pm

    i enjoyed your workshop today.

  • […] it. The workshop presentation is made available by the presenter (Glenn O’Neil) on his blog, Intelligent Measurement. The main thing I noted was that there are easy and cheap ways to monitor (know what is going on […]

  • 3. RickDavies  |  February 8, 2007 at 4:43 am

    You can find more onlines resources re the Most Significant Change method at http://www.mande.co.uk/MSC.htm including a link to the MSC Guide (the authoritative manual) and the MSC email list(650+ members around the world)

  • 4. Glenn  |  February 8, 2007 at 1:17 pm

    thank you Nchenga and Alex for the positive feedback. and thanks Rick for the extra resources on MSC.



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