Archive Webinar: Going forwards in circles – adaptive management for complex problems, like climate change

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‘Finding solutions to climate problems’ - Source: Department for International Development/Magnus Wolfe-Murray.”

14 June, 11:30 UK time (GMT+1) / Development is increasingly dealing with complex problems such as climate change and conflict. Blueprint project plans don’t tend to work in such situations – solutions are more like to emerge through a flexible and adaptive approaches, involving repeated cycles of testing and adapting. These approaches require projects to experiment, and to use M&E as a feedback system that fuels real-time learning. Climate change, as a complex problem, presents an interesting space for adaptive programme management, but is not without challenges. Join this Webinar to learn more! By: Julian Barr, ITAD

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