Roseanne Schuster is a global health and nutrition practitioner-researcher and assistant research scientist at Arizona State University. She also serves as the director of monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) practice and innovation at the Global Impact Collaboratory, where she works to bridge perceived gaps between academics and implementing partners for innovative, community-responsive approaches to MEL.
by Roseanne Schuster
This blog post has been adapted from an article in Journal of Social Science & Medicine – Population Health. If you’ve worked in development for long enough, at some point you’ve scratched your head about why a technically sound strategy achieved less than expected results. As the old business adage goes, “Culture eats strategy for…