Outcome Efficiency Indicators
I know that there are way more important things happening in this unexpected beginning of the decade, but I’m super excited to share the third infographic about Efficiency. With this series, this rusty economist has gone back to her origins and finally understood (thanks to Julian King‘s guidance) how to apply these important economic notions to evaluation, aka Efficiency DAC criteria.
In the first one (“Exploring Value for Money (VFM)”) I understood what Value for money is and its relationship with Efficiency and other evaluation criteria, and in the second one (“A cheatsheet for Efficiency”) we explained how to articulate (and evaluate) Efficiency by defining its different components and levels .
In this last one, we explore what seems to be the most difficult part of it all: how to measure Outcomes Efficiency…
For these three pieces (“Exploring Value for Money”, “A cheatsheet for Efficiency” and this “Outcomes Efficiency Indicators”) I’ve had the chance to partner with Julian King, where partnering means making profit of his knowlegde, his vast expertise and clarity around these concepts. Once I understood the content, I created a visual approximation to present the concepts (both technical but synthesized) that we would refine until having the final products.
I hope you find them as usual as I do… Thanks for visiting and take care :-).
New posts coming up:
(published every two weeks-ish 🙂 )
- ToCs series
- Visual summary of impact designs
- Visual summaries of other criteria designs
- Ideas to make Bibliographies more informative
- Ways of mapping beneficiaries
- My favorite pre-attentive features
- Ideas for reports (series)
- Some day: iterations with the Periodic Table of Evaluation
Stay tuned! 🙂
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