Organisational Change

The importance of integrated approaches to organizational change

The importance of integrated approaches to organizational change

Government agencies are increasingly committing resources and energy to improve the way they use knowledge to inform policy. These efforts take many different forms but, regardless of whether efforts are centered in a specific project or policy issue, we are…

Context matters for organizational change—but how exactly?

Context matters for organizational change—but how exactly?

Emily Hayter, Vanesa Weyrauch and Leandro Echt reflect on working with agencies in Peru and Ghana to help understand how they use evidence in policy Good use of knowledge and research is essential for well-informed policy decisions. We know there are…

Organisational change and innovation in the public sector

Organisational change and innovation in the public sector

 [This article is part of a series to share insights on a pilot to apply our framework on how context affects the use of knowledge in policy in the Secretariat for Public Administration of the Prime Minister’s Office in Peru.] Innovation in…

P&I and INASP partner to strengthen evidence use in policy

P&I and INASP partner to strengthen evidence use in policy

What can happen when two organizations partner for a specific project, discover that they share many interests and principles, and the outcomes of their joint work, both internal and internal, are really good? They might start to further explore their…

How can we improve feedback?

How can we improve feedback?

[Editor’s note: This post was written by Annapoorna Ravichander, Independent consultant and contributor of Politics & Ideas.]   Introduction According to a web definition feedback is a “Process in which the effect or output of an action is ‘returned’ (fed-back)…