IREX's Guide to Organizational Performance Improvement

IREX's Guide to Organizational Performance Improvement

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Traditional capacity development tends to fall short when it focuses on developing narrowly defined skills without taking into account other important factors that affect an organization.

For example, in order to truly improve outcomes, organizations may need to examine the local political economy, assess relationships with key stakeholders, improve their ability to adapt, or all of the above.

IREX's Guide to Organizational Performance Improvement describes how to facilitate a genuinely participatory, inclusive, and partner-driven process that improves outcomes and meets the needs of all constituents.

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