“Now it’s time to look at your own topic and supporting details to establish which organizational strategy you will use. Look at the Graphic Organizer handouts. You have an example of each of the four organizational strategies. I’d like you to review your topic and supporting details and run a couple ‘tests’ with your information. Try to ‘plug’ your information into each of the organizational strategies to see HOW the writing might be shaped. Feel free to write notes and fill the pages in as much as you need. When you’re done, review the pages to decide which organizational strategy you believe works best.” Have students complete and turn in the exit ticket for this lesson prior to the end of class ( L-C-4-2_Exit ).
Intentional, iterative learning and adaptation based on evidence is the aim of many development programmes. However, this approach poses difficulties, especially in building and maintaining effective adaptive management processes, M&E systems and organizational cultures. In this session, we will share lessons from a range of experiences; moving beyond buzz-words to evidence based lessons and practical steps to integrating adaptive processes in program design and daily management. The session will highlight systems and tools for flexible M&E, including 'bedrock indicators' and highlight the importance of approaching organizational change in the banking sector from individual’ employees perspectives to understand pathways of change.