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Record number 413386
Title Approaches and methods for monitoring and evaluation
Author(s) Mierlo, B.C. van
Source Syscope Magazine 2011 (2011)summer. - p. 31 - 33.
Department(s) Communication Science
Publication type Article in professional journal
Publication year 2011
Keyword(s) systeeminnovatie - programma-evaluatie - evaluatie - programmaontwikkeling - projectcontrole - netwerken - multi-stakeholder processen - landbouwontwikkeling - system innovation - program evaluation - evaluation - program development - project control - networks - multi-stakeholder processes - agricultural development
Categories Innovation Studies (General) / Development Projects
Abstract The aim of many agricultural innovation networks is to realize a system innovation. With system innovation, whole production and consumption systems change, including social relationships, division of roles, formal rules and values, and the technical artefacts and infrastructure. This type of innovation takes place when stakeholders learn from each other in a process of thinking and acting together. In order to get to grips with these learning processes, it is increasingly common to use monitoring and evaluation methods. What are the methods that can be used, what are the most significant differences between them and to what degree are the methods from the different approaches of use in evaluating and managing innovation projects?
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