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A collaborative framework for monitoring and evaluation in the NSW marine estate

14 February 2020
Projects

A collaborative framework for monitoring and evaluation in the NSW marine estate

The NSW Marine Estate Management Authority (MEMA) agencies and Marine Estate Knowledge...

Invaluable evaluations – how non-market values strengthen evaluations

19 December 2019

Invaluable evaluations – how non-market values strengthen evaluations

Evaluations allow you to improve future delivery, capture lessons for the design and...

Water for Good – Ten years later, what comes next?

26 June 2019

Water for Good – Ten years later, what comes next?

This year marks ten years since the release of Water for Good, the South Australian...

A strategic approach to business case development

16 April 2019

A strategic approach to business case development

Aither regularly works with government clients to develop business cases for the...

A strategic approach to business case development

3 November 2020
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A strategic approach to business case development

Aither regularly works with government clients to develop business cases for the...

Will NZ revolutionise national budget and performance reporting?

24 May 2018

Will NZ revolutionise national budget and performance reporting?

While New Zealand is still developing its new national approach to reporting performance...

Nothing sheepish about Kiwi’s new well-being measure

13 February 2018

Nothing sheepish about Kiwi’s new well-being measure

The New Zealand Prime Minister recently announced that her country will be the first to...

SMART goals are great, but they aren’t a silver bullet

9 November 2017

SMART goals are great, but they aren’t a silver bullet

The movement towards outcomes-based approaches to planning, particularly in the Victorian...

Supporting outcome development for Victoria’s water corporations’ price submissions

11 September 2017

Supporting outcome development for Victoria’s water corporations’ price submissions

Aither was pleased to work with the Essential Services Commission at the end of June to...

Enhancing organisational performance through evaluation

8 November 2016

Enhancing organisational performance through evaluation

Think piece. Aither has identified a range of success factors essential for effective...

Delivering increased value through enhanced public service offerings

29 January 2016

Delivering increased value through enhanced public service offerings

A transitioning economy is resulting in pressure to reduce costs in the public sector....

The importance of effective and robust targets

14 September 2015

The importance of effective and robust targets

Aither’s ongoing work in program performance continues to highlight that the setting of...

Enhancing program performance

13 November 2014

Enhancing program performance

You’ve no doubt heard the expression; practice makes perfect. Why then do we do the...