Great blog by Geoff Mulgan and Anir Chowdhury on Medium. It made me think that when we talk about adaptive development we need to think bigger. We need to think about how whole national governance systems can become more adaptive, experimental, evidence-informed. It is about… Read More
Every year I travel a couple of times north to the city of Oulu to give a class on development theories to the master students at the Faculty of Education at the University. The master course is part of the work of the interdisciplinary research… Read More
A great blog by Matt Andrews that summarises one of the key tools of Problem Driven Iterative Adaptation (PDIA) ‘Although the benefits of experimental iteration in a PDIA process seem very apparent to most people we work with, we often hear that many development organizations… Read More
In September 2015, Nepal promulgated a new Constitution mandating the country’s transition from a centralised unitary state to a federal state. The goal was to bring democracy to the doorstep of citizens and assign more power and responsibility to local governments. Four years on, how… Read More
The evidence ecosystem in South Africa is rapidly evolving.