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Evaluative thinking

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03.12.2020

While monitoring and evaluation (M&E) is a growing practice in social development, it is still a largely siloed process, data from which is not always used to inform programmatic improvements for greater overall impact. Dr Fatima Adam, programme director of research and evaluations at Zenex Foundation, explains that evaluative thinking is about embedding an organisational culture of holistic and responsive approaches to work. First published in The Trialogue Business in Society Handbook 2019.

The Trialogue Business in Society Handbook 2019.

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