Towards a service with a moral function?
Dr Mannie Sher kicked off our 2018 lunchtime talk series with his talk ‘Experience of Being 70 and over — an overview of the group relations conference’.
What happens in the areas in which organisational structure and spiritual experience intersect or are in tension with one another?
In this talk, Professor Georgie Parry-Crooke explores what the right hat or hats might be for collaborative evaluation roles.
Giorgia Iacopini explores what drives policy-making, taking us beyond the assumptions of policy work that still inform the evidence-based policy movement.
David Strudley CBE FRSA makes the case for a major expansion of children’s hospice services.
Learning from the ‘NEETs in Action’ Erasmus+ project.
New business models, systems and practices reversing the decline of the Textiles and Clothing sector and supporting its future sustainability.
For over 15 years, we have been supporting practitioners in different sectors to build their evaluation capacity...
Dr Dione Hills asks — how can a better understanding of complexity have an impact on the way we think?
— past, present and future
The dynamics of discord in remote teams
Professor Dame Clare Gerada explores the reasons why doctors find it so hard to seek help when needed.
Special session: towards a common impact evaluation methodology
Why is anthropology important when understanding organisations?
Allison Metz joined us recently to speak about the role of trust and psychological safety in the use of evidence.
Anna Sophie Hahne, Georgie Parry-Crooke and Thomas Spielhofer presented findings from the TIHR Covid-19 research study.
The Tavistock Institute team reflect on what learning about resilience is emerging from the coronavirus pandemic.
How can the Theory of Change framework be effectively employed in a wide range of social interventions?
Developing a social practice as an artist. A talk that took place within the first exhibition of artworks in our offices.
The case of the Textiles and Clothing Business Labs
Working with spaces in which fashion industry actors can experiment with new ways of designing, making and producing.
Enabling the ripple effect of heat networks through influencing planners and colleges fostering skills and knowledge to work with green energy.
How we are responding to the climate emergency
How can a focus on human relations add value to social research and evaluation?
Sharing insights from our evaluation of The Coronavirus Community Support Fund Grantholder Learning Strand.
A key European publication on working post pandemic. Findings include implications for managers and the Autonomy Paradox.
Embracing innovative methodologies in a series of case studies for European project that aims to increase communities’ resilience to natural disasters.
Special issue of the Evaluation Journal dedicated to the work of CECAN – the Centre for Evaluation of Complexity Across the Nexus.
Here at the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations, we have adapted to work alongside the pandemic as opposed to against it.
Reviewing the Medici project's role in softening the edges of evidence to map digital inclusion best practices across the EU and beyond.
Understanding how local areas can improve their systems for identifying and responding to families and children affected by alcohol dependency and parental conflict.
New government handbook on evaluation now includes guidelines on how to handle complexity in policy evaluation.
Limerick is the first Smart City in Ireland. Committing to reducing digital exclusion by addressing knowledge gaps.
The Medici project is a two-year EU funded project which aims to map digital inclusion best practices across the EU and beyond. It is the only project funded from its stream of work in the EU.
Understanding the part that the community has to play in increasing resilience to recover and adapt following natural disasters.
The project aims to contribute to the development of efficient pre-training and vocational training services for low-skilled people in the 2 Seas region
Working with the digital archives of the Leicester Conference, a post by Karen Kiss.
Defining critical factors for the success of any evaluation capacity training.
Six papers reporting the research outcomes from the EmerGent project that looks at social media use in emergencies.
How can the sector improve its impact, raise its voice and increase its influence for the long-term benefit of women and girls?
Developing an innovative model, TIHR continues research with young people who are NEET in Europe.
Promoting and encouraging the take-up of design as an enabler of innovation in the urban environment.
A European research project with the main focus on young people who are NEET.
We worked with the Money Advice Service (now known as MoneyHelper) to develop strategic Theories of Change and an Outcomes Framework for the Financial Capability Strategy.
We led the evaluation of the national roll-out of the Adoption Support Fund (ASF) between 2015- 2018.
A co-produced evaluation working with volunteer Community Researchers.
Learning about what works in saving energy costs and usage to support local housing residents.
Creating a system that will genuinely hold the Board of NHS England to account
A literature review focused on the EU context and current examples of best practice for professional development for In-Company trainers.
Continuing a partnership with Faber Maunsell this evaluation sees the application of the framework to the cycling cities and towns (CCTs).