Integrated learning is as much a BTW philosophy as it is a service; we work in collaboration and partnership with our clients. How we learn from each other, share information, build on what is already known and co-design processes and solutions enriches our client organizations and the communities they serve.
We’ve learned that sequencing and integrating specific practice areas provides our clients with a surer road to success. For instance, evaluations are usually more productive when they begin with a theory of change process, allowing clients to articulate a road map and performance indicators.
Likewise, implementing learning communities as part of an evaluation process lets grantees and grantmakers put evaluation results to work to refine their ongoing programs.
Some examples of client projects that have benefited from an integrated or sequenced approach are:
- The Community Clinics Initiative
Evaluation + Learning Communities
- Jim Joseph Foundation Professional Development Initiative
Theory of change + Evaluation Planning
- New Door Ventures
Theory of change + Organization & Program Design & Development
- Jewish Service Learning Initiative
Applied Research + Strategic Consulting