Monthly Archives: June 2015

Measure Results in Seven Steps

Measure Results in Seven Steps

CONFIRM THAT THE RESULT SHOULD BE MEASURED STEP 1: WHAT DO WE WANT TO KNOW? What is the information we would like to know in the future? How often do we want to know it? For example: Our goal is to help 10.000 women increase their income. What we would like to know is a) ... Read More
 

You can’t measure that!

You can’t measure that! We can measure (nearly) everything. “We had some great results -but you can’t measure them!” “Not everything that counts can be counted!” “You can’t measure everything!” These are some of the critical arguments we often hear in Monitoring and Evaluation. The reason for this confusion is the common perception that we ... Read More