I provide training sessions to public and private organisations on methods for empirical investigation and evaluation, both quantitative and qualitative, including Qualtative Comparative Analysis.
I consult public organisations on issues related to my research, in particular public sector human resource management, including in developing countries.
Below you will find a few of these activities. If there is anything I can do to help your organisation or project, please do not hesitate to contact me
Two New Policy Reports: Recommendations for a Better Public Service in Ghana and Uganda
As part of our project Civil Service Reform and Anti-Corruption in Developing Countries, Jan Meyer-Sahling, Christian Schuster and I, along with Adam Harris and Rachel Sigman, have finished evaluations of HRM practises in Uganda and Ghana's central government. The reports cover public service motivation, ethical behavior, work motivation, and a range of other HRM issues.
Policy Report: HRM in Chile's Central Government
As part of our project Civil Service Reform and Anti-Corruption in Developing Countries, Jan Meyer-Sahling, Christian Schuster and I, along with Constanca Gonzalez, have published an evaluation of HRM practises in Chile's central government, covering 11 institutions, more than 5.000 employees, and topics ranging from ethical decision making to recruitment, rentention, and motivation.
Training: QCA and fuzzy sets for evaluation
I led a one-day training session at the Copenhagen-based consultancy Rambøll, focussing on the use of Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) for evaluation and how QCA can help management consultants help their clients.
Policy Report: Public sector HRM in the Western Balkans
I partook in an evaluation solicited by ReSPA of the quality of human resource management in the Western Balkans (with Jan Meyer-Sahling and a team of local experts). We surveyed more than 500 institutions across five countries, using responses and testimonies of experts to understand current HRM challenges, with a particular focus on recruitment.