Sick of reporting on just numbers and outputs ? Do you value useful information on project impacts including unexpected ones? Do you want to hear how you have made a difference to people’s lives in their own words and what is important to them?
A 2 day course in the Most Significant Change (MSC) technique in Berlin (July 21/22) will provide you with the knowledge and a plan to meet these needs.
MSC is a story based participatory monitoring & evaluation technique ideally suited to providing qualitative information on project /program impact. MSC is also an excellent tool for encouraging stakeholder participation, surfacing stakeholder values, fostering organisational learning and program improvement. It is used widely in international development and social change projects.
This is a unique opportunity to have MSC training in Germany, from an experienced MSC professional who has delivered training in MSC over 30 times.
If you are interested in further information contact Theo Nabben at LondonMSC@outlook.com or visit http://socialimpactconsulting.com.au The workshop flyer is at http://www.weitzenegger.de/dox/MSC-Berlin.pdf (PDF, 734 KB)