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close this bookOrganizational Performance and Change Management - Workshop proceedings - October 1-3, 1997, International Institute of Rural Reconstruction (IIRR), Philippines (IIRR, 1997)
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close this folderCase 3: Planning, monitoring and evaluation - The PhilDHRRA experience
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View the documentThe change management experience
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Conclusion

A social review report has been published last year. It was the network's first attempt at social auditing. Nevertheless, PhilDHRRA recognizes the many things that it yet needs to do in finetuning the integration of the social audit processes with its existing PBME system and tools. What is written up above is an attempt. But what it wants to convey through this document is the principle that the tool introduces, or rather reminds us about. As a colleague who heard about social audit principles once said, "social audit in its very essence could not be just a tool but a spirituality" that penetrates, beyond the numerics of assessment and the technicalities of PBME systems, into the very will of the institution to be faithful for who it stands for and to judge itself on the basis these people's views. Then and only then shall it know its true identity.


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