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  • A black and white photo of a tree with abstract imagery overlaid. Abstract imagery is a series of random circles connected by lines.

    publication Nov 2022

    How to do Process Tracing: A Method for Testing “How Change Happened” in Complex and Dynamic Settings

    Process tracing is a causal methodology that can help us to understand how change actually happened within a complex dynamic environment.

    By Sarah Stachowiak, Jewlya Lynn, Jennifer Byers

    How to do Process Tracing: A Method for Testing “How Change Happened” in Complex and Dynamic Settings
  • A black and white photo looking up from the bottom of a brick or wood cylinder into the open sky. Includes abstract lines in CEI's colors (indigo, pink, purple, light indigo).

    publication Jan 2022

    Lost Causal: Debunking Myths About Causal Analysis in Philanthropy

    Causal analysis is not just for controlled programmatic work, it is also for dynamic and emergent strategies that include network building, field building, advocacy, organizing, or movements.

    By Sarah Stachowiak, Julia Coffman, Jewlya Lynn

    Lost Causal: Debunking Myths About Causal Analysis in Philanthropy
  • publication Jan 2016

    Beyond The Win: Pathways for Policy Implementation

    When a policy moves from “the win” to implementation, the opportunity is ripe to inform and impact the policy outcomes. This brief provides strategies and tactics for advocates, funders, and evaluators to achieve and measure desired policy outcomes during the implementation phase.

    By Sarah Stachowiak, Melanie Maltry, Leonor Robles, Eritrea Habtemariam

    Beyond The Win: Pathways for Policy Implementation