Engaging research—Process and facilitation count
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Poster prepared by ILRI-KMIS for the ILRI APM 2013, Addis Ababa, 15-17 May 2013

Poster prepared by ILRI-KMIS for the ILRI APM 2013, Addis Ababa, 15-17 May 2013

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  • 1. Quality engagementhas…purposeQualitycontentRight peopleClarityandflexibilityGoodvenueLearning& followupWhat to avoid!Little processToo much content,poorly preparedLittle learningMissedopportunitiesKMISprovidesCuration anddisseminationDocumentation,social reportingFlexiblefacilitationProcessdesignResults in…-Sustained engagement,learning and improvement-Richer, more resilientprocesses-More energy in theprocess-Stronger social capitalamong partners-Better alignment oncommon objectives-Rich learning that informsall actors-More and differentinsights-Engaging conversations-Concrete (by)productsTargetedproductsEngaging research – process and facilitation count