July 1, 2013Doug Hadden
Doug Hadden, VP Products
I attended a book launch at the Brookings Institution last week (embedded below). The development world is starting to see important patterns in program iteration and where public and private sector organizations can contribute more. It’s interesting to me how much effort is put by the development community to improve practices and find better ways to measure effectiveness at a time when so many observers claim that aid does not work. There are few other government programs that seem to get as much effort in improving effectiveness.
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