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Peacekeeping Lessons Learned H4Dip Stanford 2016

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Peacekeeping Lessons Learned H4Dip Stanford 2016

  1. Hacking for Peacekeeping (H4P) Christos Makridis, Shira McKinlay, Amanda Parker In collaboration with The Bureau of Political Military Affairs 96 Interviews with academics, government officials and peacekeeping professionals “Assessing the effectiveness of peacekeeping forces” “Assessing the effectiveness of peacekeeping support programs and enabling such assessment”
  2. Christos Makridis Shira McKinlay Amanda Parker Degree Program: PhD, MS, Economics PhD, Management Science and Engineering MA, Advanced International Studies MA, African Studies Expertise: Data science & statistics Legal & compliance Security assistance & cooperation Hacking 4 Peacekeeping (H4P): The Team
  3. Scope of the Problem Over 16 peacekeeping missions ongoing US spends over $2B/year on peacekeeping worldwide Currently no viable way to measure the effects of that money
  4. 1 10Week Step 1: Who is involved? Total Interviews 11 “Let me send an email to all the stakeholders and get back to you next week.” A.G., IO Bureau Who is involved? What Metrics should we use? How do we obtain the data? What do the policy makers need? Buy In? 21 34 9651 65 76 8641
  5. Peacekeeping Issues; PeaceStar standardization; Happy customer
  6. 3 Must create standard metrics “Those are the metrics we really need; the ones that allow us to best evaluate self-sufficiency, as well as human rights issues.” D.B., Lt.Col. Air Force Week Step 2: Determine Metrics of Effectiveness 10 Total Interviews 11 21 34 How to assess the effectiveness of How do we obtain the data? What do the policy makers need? Buy In? 9651 65 76 8641 What Metrics should we use?
  7. MVP - Sample Metrics i
  8. “It’s not that data isn’t being collected, it's just ad hoc”. -J.M., Former Peacekeeping trainer Week Step 3: Determine the Data Source 10 Total Interviews 11 21 34 41 Must determine where the data will come from. 4 How to assess the effectiveness of What Metrics should we use? How do we obtain the data? What do the policy makers need? Buy in? 9651 65 76 86
  9. Problematic Data Flow “Information Please!”
  10. “That sounds freaking Awesome!” T.L., Pol-Mil Bureau Week Step 4: Aggregate, Analyze, and Deliver Data. 10 Total Interviews 21 34 41 9651 65 Need a mobile or web application 11 76 86 5 What do the policymakers need? 6 Who is involved? What Metrics should we use? How do we obtain the data? Buy in?
  11. PeaceStar Mobile
  12. How It Works
  13. Peacekeeping Issues; PeaceStar standardization; Happy customer Incentives for Use
  14. PeaceStar Report
  15. 8 “We’ll send this idea around.” D.B., Lt.Col. Air Force Week Step 5: Achieve Buy-In from Key Stakeholders 10 Total Interviews 21 34 41 9651 6511 76 86 How to assess the effectiveness of What Metrics should we use? How do we obtain the data? What do the policy makers need? Buy in?
  16. 1 4 6 8 “That sounds freaking Awesome!” T. L., Pol-Mil Bureau Must create standard metrics Week The Evolution of the Problem Need a mobile or web application 53 Must determine where the data will come from. 10 Who is involved? What metrics should we use? How do we obtain the data? What do the policy makers need? How do we Implement? “We will send this idea around.” D.B., Lt. Col. Air Force
  17. Impacts of PeaceStar • Better reports better decision-making and appropriate resource allocation • Better decision-making and resource allocation better training • Better training better trained troops and expanded partner capacity • Result: Peacekeeping is more effective
  18. Where do we go from here? We have a happy customer They are committed to move it forward
  19. Continuous Interactive Dialogue with the sponsor. Solution could not have been found without talking to such a large variety of people. No big pivots, but a product that makes our sponsor happy and is ready to implement the solution. Our Biggest Learning Experience Peacekeeping Issues; PeaceStar standardization; Happy Customer

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