Logic Model Component:
Refers to the use of knowledge in decision making while taking corrective action, or attempting to improve a project, program, or initiative
This indicator refers to the use of tacit and explicit knowledge in decision making while taking corrective action or attempting to improve an activity, such as a project, program, or initiative. It measures the use of actions or outputs from reflective learning sessions in decision making or practice, which may include work planning, requests for technical assistance, modifications in project implementation or management activities, data review meetings, or identification of additional project or program needs. It can apply to work-related decisions and practice at the project, program, initiative, or individual level.
Quantitative and qualitative data from key informant interviews or focus group discussions to determine when decisions were made based on knowledge, information, or insights captured during reflection
Key informant interviews, focus group discussions, after action reviews