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Organizational Pillars of the OP&L
The Organizational Pillars create the work flow processes needed to support the cycle of assessing performance, promoting learning, and making changes to our operations and our practice. These pillars consist of processes, systems, tools and people:
Organizational processes, systems and tools
to Millennium Development Goals, other impact indicators and underlying causes of poverty.
impact measurement systems
that measure impact at the project and national levels.
data gathering tools
to facilitate data collection, storage, analysis and reporting.
Processes that connect organizational performance data, annual planning processes and evaluations (
data + action + accountability
People, face-to-face interaction and capacity building
OPL coordinators team
that ensures ongoing data collection, analysis, learning and decision making.
who apply the data gathering tools with project teams to collect data in ways that promote learning and lead to immediate changes in practice.
who are responsible for defining targets and making decisions based on results of organizational performance at different levels.
in which data are analyzed, knowledge is shared and decisions are made.
to ensure that new personnel understand the OPL system, how it works and the associated responsibilities of staff.
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