Wednesday, 7 July 2010


Supervisors now have all five rewritten case studies and we meet next Monday. That's a lot to read, even though they have the same ten sections five times:
  1. Background
  2. Programme description
  3. Interviewees
  4. Key parties
  5. Programme outcome
  6. Case discussion
  7. Review of case
  8. Value from engagement
  9. Appendix
  10. References
Figures include:
  • key parties
  • participants
  • governance structure sometimes
  • states of engagement
  • template for engagement that I developed from the literature
  • framework against the template for each case
Tables include lists of interviewees, sources and of actions people took to engage (NAO, 2006). The cases should be comparable and the writing should take the reader through description to analysis and findings.

NAO. 2006. Central government's use of consultants: Building client and consultant commitment. In National Audit Office (Ed.), Vol. I: HMSO #109

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