During the pandemic, the IDB Country Office in Guyana embraced drone technology to advance project supervision, an innovative way of yielding greater value in project execution. “What date was that picture taken?” asks the contractor looking at an image of a road construction project in Georgetown, Guyana. “On May 4,” the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) … [Read more...] about A bird’s eye view on project execution in Guyana
The Inter-American Development Bank’s Country Office in Trinidad and Tobago has now completed a series of three sessions that provided opportunities to key staff of executing units (on average 80 persons per session) with responsibility for IDB-financed projects to share experiences and knowledge with each other, other public sector stakeholders and with the IDB’s … [Read more...] about Building Leadership for Successful Project Execution
A new perspective on critical success factors for Project Management What would really lead to success in project implementation? Put in terms of the borrowers’ perspectives, what would create a sustainable way of ensuring success of public sector projects that will assure less drain on the fiscal budget? Finding new ways for enhancing project implementation in the field so … [Read more...] about Can executing agency networks contribute to better project implementation?
Enriching local knowledge through Monitoring and Evaluation training The concept of results based monitoring and evaluation is a strong tool within the project design and execution cycle if used well. Monitoring is important from a project management standpoint as a tracking tool for the collection, analysis, comparison and reporting of data on program indicators. Meanwhile, … [Read more...] about Outputs, Outcomes, what’s the difference anyway?