Researchers involved: Lukas Kikuchi, Will Stronge and Ryan Bellinson of IIPP
Length: 6 – 8 months
IIPP and Autonomy have been awarded funding from UCL Grand Challenges through the Green Recovery from COVID-19 theme to continue working with Greater Manchester as the city-region is Building Back Better from the pandemic.
For GMCA to achieve the ambition set out in its mission and succeed in delivering a green recovery after the impact of COVID-19, new ‘mission-metrics’ are needed that can monitor and evaluate progress. Through this funding award, IIPP will design new evaluation tools that can measure the dynamic efficiency of GMCA’s mission and be used to track progress through a public facing ‘mission dashboard’. GMCA has recognised the need to develop new approaches to assess the progress of their mission that are more robust than the current static, linear key performance indicators but need support with the knowledge and capabilities to do so.
Supported by: UCL Grand Challenges and Environment Domain funding