To get successful results, you must make clear how you turn development into reality – and how you can make room for the desired change of practice.
We see the implementation as a circular process in which we continuously evaluate whether the change of practice occurs and whether it creates the desired effect. We do this with an eye on the political intention behind the project and with respect for the working procedures of the organization in question.
To make sure a service, law or reform creates the desired change, the project work must take place in the interaction between policy and practice. Effects happen through analysis, testing and dynamic learning - implementation is ongoing and adapted along the way.
Before you launch a project, it is a good idea to formulate the sign of success that will be visible when your project is implemented.