The “Most Significant Change” (MSC) Technique: A Guide to Its Use

This guide describes the Most Significant Change technique for monitoring and evaluating social change initiatives. This technique is a form of participatory monitoring and evaluation that involves the collection of significant change stories at the field level, and the systematic selection of the most significant of these stories by panels of stakeholders and staff. This guide was designed to provide organizations, community groups, students, and academics from diverse sectors with an overview of the Most Significant Change process and guidance for implementation.

Source Type: 
Author(s)
Resource Type: 
Resource Guide
Publication Date: 
April, 2005
Archive Status: