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Meten & Evalueren CBI. Koos van Eyk 30 Maart 2012. Organisational Change. Result Measurement at CBI . Standard Programme Management. Chain selection. VC analysis and Business case development. Implementation. Audit. Monitoring. Audit Evaluation . Baseline. Impact Evaluation.

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Meten evalueren cbi

Meten & EvaluerenCBI

  • Koos van Eyk

  • 30 Maart 2012


Organisational change

Organisational Change

Centre for the Promotion of Imports from developing countries | May 27, 2010


Result measurement at cbi

Result Measurement at CBI

Centre for the Promotion of Imports from developing countries | May 27, 2010


Standard programme management

Standard Programme Management

  • Chain selection

  • VC analysis and Business case development

  • Implementation

  • Audit

Monitoring

Audit

Evaluation

Baseline

Centre for the Promotion of Imports from developing countries | May 27, 2010


Impact evaluation

Impact Evaluation

  • Chain selection

  • VC analysis and Business case development

  • Implementation

  • Audit

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Impact Measurement

Baseline

Annual

Measurement

Annual

Measurement

Audit

Annual

Measurement

Centre for the Promotion of Imports from developing countries | May 27, 2010


Measurement on country level

Measurement on Country level

CBI Policy (new) – Programmes are

Country specific

Sector specific

M&E Policy (new)

Programme documents are country/sector specific;

Each programme has result chain per country/sector;

Each programme has measurement plan per country/sector;

CBI will be reporting on country level to ministry

Centre for the Promotion of Imports from developing countries | May 27, 2010


What will cbi be reporting proposed

What will CBI be reporting (proposed)

Impact: to be defined. (flexible)

Area’s of interest: technology transfer, increased (higher end) employment in the value chain, sector development

Outcome: Increased export of SME’s (fixed)

  • Value of export growth

  • Number of SME with export growth as result of CBI programme

Output: Any result that leads to the outcome

  • X number of fixed indicators (representative, covering % percentage of CBI’ work)

  • Flexible indicators, depending per programme

Centre for the Promotion of Imports from developing countries | May 27, 2010


What will cbi be reporting proposed1

What will CBI be reporting (proposed)

+ IMPACT STUDIES

Centre for the Promotion of Imports from developing countries | May 27, 2010


Complexity country level measurement

Complexity (country level measurement)

Standard Programmes

People. Regular programme are to be monitored by programme managers. They have to gather and store the data.

Data availability. Reliability of available statistics is limited. Statistics usually are to macro oriented. How to gather reliable data?

Sustainability. How to measure CBI’s contribution to sustainable business practices. Risk of high entry barriers.

Impact Evaluations

  • Methodology etc. Control groups etc. How to identify the control group when workin demand driven;

  • Level of impact measurement. Do we need to go to household level and attribute CBI’s contribution towards household income and stability? Or can we focus on enterprise level impact – investment, copying behavior etc

  • Coherence in policy. Ministry changing criteria & no alignment between implementing organisations.

Centre for the Promotion of Imports from developing countries | May 27, 2010


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Meten & EvaluerenCBI

  • Koos van Eyk

  • 30 Maart 2012


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