Stop over-thinking: ‘Minimum viable products’ (MVP).

What? MVPs? That is a product with just enough features to gather validated learning about a possible intervention or product. It is deliberately imperfect; any additional work on it beyond what was required to start learning is a waste of time. And no, it’s not a pilot.

More about it in my blog.

Free mini-course on Monitoring & Evaluation

You want to brush up on the basics of M&E? Joint the free mini-course at the education platform Udemy. So far, 1.800 people have taken advantage of this offer. I had lots of fun recording the course. Sneak preview: it even features the pink cat of my daughter ;-).

Innovative approaches to programming

There are – in my view – at least eleven concrete options for innovative programme design in complex, complicated or chaotic settings to consider for governments and development organizations. This blog looks closer at the rapidly evolving landscape of options for innovative programme design.

Videos on M&E basics

I’ve just put online three short videos that cover some M&E basics: What is Monitoring and Evaluation? What is the difference? How do we work with indicators?