Becoming a learning organization 2017-09-28T14:30:35+00:00

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Becoming a learning organization

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Adapting Development: How local reformers revolutionized land rights in the Philippines

Resource type: Website

This case study examines how activists in the Philippines used adaptive development strategies to increase property ownership.

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Learning Network Guidance

Resource type: PDF

USAID guidnace on how to develop a Learning Network.

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Peer Assist Guidance

Resource type: PDF

USAID guidnace on how to develop a peer assist approach to learning. Peer assists are face-to-face or virtual gatherings that bring colleagues together to share knowledge, best practices, or lessons learned on a particular topic.

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Blog Guidance

Resource type: PDF

USAID guidance on how to develop and maintain a blog to share information and learning.

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USAID Learning Lab Resoure Library

Resource type: Website

USAID’s growing collection of resources for guidance on specific learning approaches.

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Communications of Practice Guidance

Resource type: PDF

USAID guidance on how to develop a Community of Practice. A aommunity of practice (CoP) is a group of people who share a common interest and interact often to learn from each other to advance their work.

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Thinking and Working Politically: From Theory Building to Building an Evidence Base

Resource type: Website

This paper discusses the steps required to build a robust evidence base for ‘thinking and working politically’ (TWP) in development. The ideas behind TWP are increasingly common in development discussions, and understanding which parts are necessary and sufficient conditions for success is crucial for moving it into mainstream development programming.

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Tools for Knowledge and Learning: A Guide for Humanitarian Organizations

Resource type: PDF

This guide is aimed at staff working in all such organisations. There are 30 tools and techniques contained here, divided into five categories: i) Strategy Development; ii) Management Techniques; iii) Collaboration Mechanisms; iv) Knowledge Sharing and Learning Processes; and v) Knowledge Capture and Storage.

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USAID Collaborating, Learning, and Adapting (CLA) ToolKit

Resource type: Website

USAID’s CLA Toolkit is growing set of curated tools, examples, and other resources to help you plan and implement key Program Cycle activities related to Collaborating, Learning and Adapting.

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Improving Development Aid Design and Evaluation

Resource type: Website

This paper looks at the difficulty of using effective measurement programs whilst engaging with politics and policy. The authors argue the measurement techniques gaining popularity are those least able to determine how to implement political reforms.

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After Action Review Guidance

Resource type: Website

USAID guidance on how to conduct an After Action Review. An After-Action Review (AAR) is an assessment conducted after a project or major activity that allows team members and leaders to discover (learn) what happened and why, reassess direction, and review both successes and challenges.

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