Organisational Network Analysis of the IFAD Bangladesh Country Programme, by Patti Anklam

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Organisational Network Analysis of the IFAD Bangladesh Country Programme Network, by Patti Anklam

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  • 1. Bangladesh IFAD
  • 2. Respondents by Project Area Organization Surveyed Responded Percent Response FEDEC 9 5 56% SCBRMP 21 16 76% NATP 7 3 43% MIDCPR 8 6 75% MFTSP 6 4 67% MFMSFP 9 5 56%
  • 3. Respondents by Organization Organization Surveyed Resp'd %Responded Agriculture Ministry 2 0 0% ASPADA 1 0 0% BARC 2 2 100% CCDA 1 1 100% DAE 2 1 50% DLS 1 0 0% DOF 1 0 0% Finance Ministry 3 0 0% GUP 1 1 100% Hortex Foundation 1 1 100% IDE 1 1 100% KGF 1 0 0% Local Engineering 3 1 33% PAB 1 1 100% PMUK 1 1 100% POPI 1 0 0% TMSS 1 0 0% LGED 28 21 75% PKSF 27 14 52%
  • 4. GENERAL QUESTIONS
  • 5. How many IFAD projects are you currently working on or supporting?
  • 6. How long have you been working with IFAD?
  • 7. Use of Communications Percent of respondents who use the following forms of communication
  • 8. Communications Potential Percent of respondents who don’t know what these mode are:
  • 9. Other Important Sources of Information Journal, newspaper, internet , meetings Regular mail Face to interaction during review of facilitation of marketing service project Newes letter, Project report, Case study, Strategy paper,Daily Newes paper, Electronic Media,Photographs and workshop & seminar Training and workshop Office Order, Training conduction Reporting, workshop . exposure visit Printed materials such as reports, publications report, workshop, exposure Project report, News letter, Working Paper, Strategy papers, news cutting, Conference, Workshop and Case study.
  • 10. Pulse of the Network
  • 11. Pulse of the Network
  • 12. Pulse of the Network
  • 13. Pulse of the Network Summary of Pulse Responses (Agree or Strongly Agree) I can readily identify which stakeholders in the IFAD Bangladesh country programme have the expertise to help me to do my work. 82% I have the means to easily contact and share knowledge with other stakeholders in the IFAD Bangladesh programme that have the expertise I need to help me do my work. 72% Stakeholders in the IFAD country programme in Bangladesh provide each other advice and help on projects. 62% I feel comfortable asking help of others in the IFAD Bangladesh programme network of stakeholders. 62% I understand how I can use the entire Asia/Pacific regional network of IFAD projects and partners to get advice from people working on similar challenges in other countries. 47%
  • 14. NETWORK QUESTIONS
  • 15. Network Questions and Frequency Scale The set of names and frequencies for each of the four questions is a separate “network.” Question Response Values Operational: Frequency of interactions on operational topics Infrequently Every 2-3 Months Once a month Once every other week Weekly Daily Thematic: Frequency of interactions on thematic topics Infrequently Every 2-3 Months Once a month Once every other week Weekly Daily Knowledge: Know the other’s knowledge and skills Strongly disagree Disagree Somewhat disagree Somewhat agree Agree Strongly agree Effectiveness: Extent to which interactions with others improves contributions To a very little extent Neutral To some extent To a good extent To a very high extent Focus: Primary focus of interactions with the other person Rural Finance, National Level Events, Knowledge Management, Adminstrative Processes, Monitoring & Evaluation, Project Implementation, Gender Mainstreaming, Natural Resource Management, Targeting, Building Market Linkages, IFAD Operational Duties, Agriculture, Financial Management
  • 16. Basics of a Network Map
    • Network maps, and the metrics derived from the analyses, represent only a snapshot in time
    • We use the maps to identify and/or confirm patterns across groupings and over time.
    • The true value of network mapping is that it helps us to ask questions that can guide network weaving.
    Source: The Monitor Institute
  • 17. Operational Interactions “I interact with this person on operational issues once a month or more.”
    • Note:
    • Hashib’s centrality
    • LGED/PKSF split
    • Nowsher Ali Sarder
    Did not fill out survey
  • 18. Thematic Interactions “I interact with this person on thematic topics once a month or more.”
    • Note Similar Pattern:
    • Hashib’s centrality
    • LGED/PKSF split
    • Nowsher Ali Sarder
    Did not fill out survey
  • 19. Understanding of each Other’s Knowledge and Skills “I understand this person’s knowledge and skills:” Agree and Strongly Agree
    • Note:
    • Denser network (more people are known to each other)
    • IFAD staff are very well known
    Did not fill out survey
  • 20. Effectiveness of Interactions “Interactions have made my contributions more effective: To good and to high extents
    • Note:
    • Similar to interaction networks
    • Higher centrality of IFAD staff (i.e. IFAD interactions are effective)
    Did not fill out survey
  • 21. Focus of Interaction
    • Responses to this question need to be put in context. People were asked to name the primary focus of interactions, even though most people communicate on a number of different topics.
    • The result is that in the majority of cases the topic focus is not reciprocal (i.e. Person A says the most frequent topic with Person B is agriculture, but Person B says that the most frequent topic is finance).
    • My hypothesis is that the following charts provide an indication of the people most sought for various expertise.
  • 22. Focus of Interactions (By Organization) Financial Management Note: Did not fill out survey
  • 23. Focus of Interactions (By Organization) Agriculture Note: Did not fill out survey
  • 24. Focus of Interactions (By Organization) IFAD Operational Duties Note: Did not fill out survey
  • 25. Focus of Interactions (By Organization) Building Market Linkages Note: Did not fill out survey
  • 26. Focus of Interactions (By Organization) Targeting Note: Did not fill out survey
  • 27. Focus of Interactions (By Organization) Natural Resource Management Note: Did not fill out survey
  • 28. Focus of Interactions (By Organization) Gender Note: Did not fill out survey
  • 29. Focus of Interactions (By Organization) Project Implementation Note: Did not fill out survey
  • 30. Focus of Interactions (By Organization) Monitoring and Evaluation Note: Did not fill out survey
  • 31. Focus of Interactions (By Organization) Administrative Processes Note: Did not fill out survey
  • 32. Focus of Interactions (By Organization) Knowledge Management Note: Did not fill out survey
  • 33. Focus of Interactions (By Organization) National-Level Events Note: Did not fill out survey
  • 34. Focus of Interactions (By Organization) Rural Finance Note: Did not fill out survey
  • 35. Knowledge of Specialty Areas “I understand this person’s knowledge and skills:” Agree and Strongly Agree Agriculture   Accounting   Agriculture   Computer Operator   Engineer   Finance   Fisheries   Gender   Infrastructure   KM   Livestock   Management   Monitoring   Poverty   RIMS   Rural Finance   Social   Technology   Training   Value Chain
  • 36. Knowledge of Specialty Areas “I understand this person’s knowledge and skills:” Agree and Strongly Agree Accounting   Accounting   Agriculture   Computer Operator   Engineer   Finance   Fisheries   Gender   Infrastructure   KM   Livestock   Management   Monitoring   Poverty   RIMS   Rural Finance   Social   Technology   Training   Value Chain
  • 37. Knowledge of Specialty Areas “I understand this person’s knowledge and skills:” Agree and Strongly Agree Monitoring   Accounting   Agriculture   Computer Operator   Engineer   Finance   Fisheries   Gender   Infrastructure   KM   Livestock   Management   Monitoring   Poverty   RIMS   Rural Finance   Social   Technology   Training   Value Chain
  • 38. IFAD Internal This basic pattern shows in most of the questions. Thinnest lines = infrequent interactions
  • 39. IFAD Knowing Each Other Green lines = know very well Red lines = don’t know the person Working on a specialized project (outside mainstream IFAD work)?