I will be doing a presentation at: State Department’s conference: Diplomacy, Development, and Defense — Evaluating Foreign Policy Success, June 7-8, 2011. The title is: “Evaluation of Unintended Consequences of Development Efforts: Building Evaluation Capacity in Support of Development and Democracy” Copy of proposal
- Evaluation as Social Technology
- How to Evaluate a Conference
- Integrating Evaluation and Agent-Based Modeling
- System design: Requirements, complexity, and cost
- Unintended consequences, Development, and Democracy
- Why Do Hospitals Coordinate Activities As They Do? Or: What I Learned From My Hip Surgery
- Workshop: Grappling With the Unexpected From Firefighting to Systematic Action
- Workshop: Logic Models — Beyond the Traditional View
- Simple, Complicated, Complex and Chaotic VS. Complexity Science. Jonny finally resolved his confusion
- A rolling conversation about the “Agreement x Certainty” space.
- Azenet Book Club – Life Cycles, Rigid evaluation requirements, and Implementation theory
- What is the relationship between path dependence and system stability? With explanation of why I care.
- Power Law Versus Symmetrical Distributions — Implications for Policy Recommendations