The Most Significant Change Technique

Publication | January 2009

The Most Significant Change technique helps monitor and evaluate the performance of projects and programs. It involves the collection and systematic participatory interpretation of stories of significant change emanating from the field level-stories about who did what, when, and why, and the reasons why the event was important. It does not employ quantitative indicators.

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  • ADB administration and governance
  • Knowledge Management

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