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Contribution Analysis: A recipe for understanding impact (S4)

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Presentation from a workshop designed to ‘try out’ Contribution Analysis (CA) as a method for understanding and measuring impact. It showcases the key steps of the CA approach, and models its use on a …

Presentation from a workshop designed to ‘try out’ Contribution Analysis (CA) as a method for understanding and measuring impact. It showcases the key steps of the CA approach, and models its use on a small scale. It includes some reflection from IRISS on the journey thus far. Contributed by: IRISS

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  • 1. a recipe for measuring impact contribution analysis
  • 2. complex world: lots of ingredients http://www.flickr.com/photos/whitecatsg/2971371611/
  • 3. defining contribution http://www.flickr.com/photos/riym/3326786046/
  • 4. immediate heat
  • 5. gentle
  • 6. lingering sweet
  • 7. let’s begin
  • 8. recap
  • 9. inputs / ingredients
  • 10. activities / cooking
  • 11. outputs/ meal
  • 12. engagement / lunch together
  • 13. reaction / it’s great!
  • 14. reaction / it’s the worst!
  • 15. change / gained new knowledge
  • 16. change/ learned new skills
  • 17. change/ doing things differently
  • 18. remember the risks http://www.flickr.com/photos/andrewdyson/3660308359/
  • 19. and the enablers
  • 20. and the context - your kitchen
  • 21. is in a house
  • 22. and a community
  • 23. find us! http://blogs.iriss.org.uk/contribution/ Catherine-Rose Stocks-Rankin IRISS Associate, Contribution Analysis cr.stocks-rankin@iriss.org.uk