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Implementing M4P? HR and Flexibility: Katalyst Perspective. Manish Pandey Making Markets Work for the Poor Workshop Bangkok, Thailand November 26, 2008. Katalyst-Bangladesh. 2. 1. 2,3. Challenges, Responses. Delivery concept Human resources Industry “experts” “Experienced”

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implementing m4p hr and flexibility katalyst perspective

Implementing M4P? HR and Flexibility: Katalyst Perspective

Manish Pandey

Making Markets Work for the Poor Workshop

Bangkok, Thailand

November 26, 2008

challenges responses

2

1

2,3

Challenges, Responses
  • Delivery concept
  • Human resources
    • Industry “experts”
    • “Experienced”
    • “Qualified”

K Portfolio

Rural and Urban Economy

Entrepreneurial

Innovative

Capacity building

  • Step 1: Understanding: growth potential, market failures, leverage points
  • Step 2: Developing strategies
  • Step 3: Finding opportunities, partners
  • Step 4: Deal making, risk taking
  • Step 5: Monitoring and adjusting

Academic

Business like

k portfolio e g

Rural Economy: Agriculture and secondary towns

Agriculture

Small enterprises in

secondary towns

Maize

Poultry

Vegetables

Agro-export

Fishery

Leasing

ICT

Services around Haats

Policy advocacy

Mass Media

Flowers

Seeds

Compost Fertilizer

-

Rural Marketing

K Portfolio-E.g.

Successes

Failures

challenges responses1
Challenges, Responses
  • Working through others
    • Replication
    • Outreach
  • Internal structures and processes
    • Project size
    • Divisional methodologies
    • Silo structures
    • Coordination
  • Capacity building of co-facilitators
  • Replication and scale through
    • private sector
    • government
  • Manageable span of control, flexibility
  • Knowledge management
  • Uniform methodology with wider definitions
  • Meetings, planning
challenges responses2
Challenges, Responses
  • Institutional setting
    • Government “ownership”
    • Donor coordination, harmonization
  • Time horizon
    • 5 years
    • Early impact

Autonomy

Improved over time, consortium

Built on trust and empathy

lessons
Design and Monitoring

Methodology and approach take time to evolve

Agree on impact logic & indicators

Clarify institutional setting

Invest in knowledge mgmt

Evolutionary path of the project

Donor harmonization through consortium

Lessons

Implementation

  • Project led at private sector’s pace
  • Portfolio includes success and failure
  • Slow start, “burn rate”
  • Limited capacity of co-facilitators
  • High costs of frequent reviews & adjustments
  • Internal communication needs of donors
flexibility with rigor

Poverty

Alleviation

Enterprise

Competitiveness

Service Markets

Development

Activities

Flexibility with rigor

BDS market development

Market development

  • Project Identity?
    • What are you?
    • The “field”
  • Methodology and approach
  • Where is the impact? How do you measure?
    • Impact logic, LFA
    • M&E

M4P

Clusters approach

UAI

Market Systems

PACA

SBS

MDA

Enabling Environment

3rd Party Impact Assessment?

Donors

M&IA Manual

Project

Project

what is it all about
What is it all about?

Capacity

Orientation

Business attitude

Academic rigor

Result orientation