Category Archive for "Adaptive Learning"

Resolutions

New Year, Better Learning: Global Integrity’s Resolutions for Learning and Adapting in 2017

New Year, Better Learning: Global Integrity’s Resolutions for Learning and Adapting in 2017 Following the example of many of our colleagues on the #AdaptDev google group, those of us at Global Integrity wanted to share how we intend to learn,…

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Rapid Experiments With A Purpose

RAPID EXPERIMENTS WITH A PURPOSE How Global Integrity Uses Theories of Change to Make Small Bets, Learn, and Adapt Michael Moses This blog post was originally published by BEAM Exchange as part of their Adaptive Management Blog Series The way…

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Bonjour, Paris! Global Integrity at the OGP Global Summit

By Alan Hudson, Executive Director, Global Integrity, December 6, 2016 At the upcoming OGP Global Summit in Paris, on December 7-9, open government champions from across the world will come together to reflect on the progress OGP has made, to…

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Learning by doing: Our action plan for open governance

By Alan Hudson, Executive Director As regular readers will know, we’ve been making the case that adaptive learning — a structured approach to learning by doing — should be central to the open governance agenda, and is central to our…

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bigger bets on AP

Politics matters, so what? Time for bigger bets (and more learning) on adaptive programming

By Alan Hudson, Executive Director, Global Integrity, July 26, 2016 Politics matters. Context too. And blueprints have limited value. Our strategy is based on these insights, so we’re totally on board. A World Development Report (WDR) that puts power and politics…

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Mapping adaptive learning initiatives

Mapping Adaptive Learning Initiatives

By Dave Algoso and Alan Hudson, Executive Director, June 9, 2016 Adaptive learning—people and organizations trying to address problems, reflecting on their effectiveness, revising their approach and trying again—is often how change happens. And supporting processes of adaptive learning that…

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GPSA Forum 2016

Trying, learning, adapting at the GPSA Global Partners Forum

By Michael Moses, Director of Advocacy & Programs, May 18, 2016 The GPSA Global Partners Forum 2016 kicks off here in Washington DC tomorrow. Hundreds of practitioners from across the globe, and across the social accountability landscape, will be in attendance….

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The Value of Open Governance: Adaptive learning and development

By Alan Hudson — January 21, 2016. Open governance is governance that puts into practice principles of transparency, participation and accountability. Proponents of open governance tend to make their case on the basis of two sets of arguments. Normative, or intrinsic…

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