Matt introduces a new concept he's been reflecting on - the problem onion.
It's been a couple of months since I attended the 2016 Australasian Evaluation Society (AES) Conference with my colleague, Dan Healy (no relation!). We presented three sessions between us and, overall, I think they went pretty well.
I find that it can always be valuable to reflect on these types of experiences to see what you can learn and, hopefully, improve on. This post is not about the sessions we presented, but rather a reflection across the whole conference on something I have affectionately titled the 'problem onion'.
Rebecca Denniss, a Researcher at FPC on her time in research, evaluation and design since joining the team.
It’s been one year since I stepped into the world of evaluation and joined First Person Consulting. I’ve been mentored by the team and had the opportunity to work on a bunch of interesting projects on a range of topics from natural resource management, climate change adaptation and energy efficiency to financial literacy, innovation networking and public health.