All posts tagged with "Matthew Baker"

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This job aid will help you determine how best to resolve a challenge/issue in programming. It is intended for use by USAID, partners, and others working in international development.
Library Resource | Mar 5, 2019 | Technical Resources
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Just over a year ago, when the USAID LEARN team grew to 30+ staff, we noticed a gap in our learning and knowledge management practices. Ad hoc conversations and team-wide emails were no longer working for such a large group of people to share important information. So, set... read more
Blog | Aug 15, 2018 | Matthew Baker
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This review provides a summary of existing literature on using evidence to inform ways the US Global Development Lab (the Lab) and Agency as a whole could improve its evidence-based decision-making practices. This information will contribute to the Lab’s Office of... read more
Library Resource | Jun 27, 2018 | Technical Resources
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When you have a work-related question, where do you go? Do you consult a favorite blog? A technical journal or publication? Or do you turn to a trusted colleague? USAID Learning Lab is a trusted resource for USAID staff and partners to access and contribute to a growing... read more
Blog | Jan 11, 2018 | Learning Lab
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Matthew Baker is MERL Specialist for Organizational Learning & Research on the USAID LEARN contract. If you ask people what’s in vogue in development, chances are they will—at some point—mention two trends: Using or applying evidence in our work Understanding the... read more
Blog | Dec 7, 2017 | Matthew Baker
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Matthew Baker is a MERL Specialist, Organizational Learning & Research on the USAID LEARN contract. While we often turn to the private sector for inspiration, as I have noted elsewhere, sometimes the public sector is actually ahead of the curve in certain areas. Often... read more
Blog | Jul 31, 2017 | Matthew Baker
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The Landscape Analysis of Learning Agendas at USAID/Washington and Beyond report details the increasing interest in learning agendas and the progress that USAID/Washington is making on using evidence to inform our work. The report surveys the number and types of efforts... read more
Library Resource | Apr 11, 2017
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In a famous Harvard Business Review article, management guru Peter Drucker told us that the private sector can learn a lot from nonprofits. One area where nonprofits and the government are leading the way is the use of learning agendas as an organizational learning tool to... read more
Blog | Apr 26, 2017 | Matthew Baker
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Library Resource | Feb 10, 2017 | Case Study
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This blog post originally appeared on IRI's blog, Democracy Speaks, on Monday, June 6th. Matt Baker is a Senior Applied Learning Specialist in IRI's Monitoring and Evaluation departartment. There are a dizzying array of new development ideas and frameworks out there right... read more
Blog | Jun 7, 2016 | Matthew Baker

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