Antylles Principal, Dr Gregory Wilson, is a co-author of the newly published document “The New Deal in Somalia: An independent review of the Somali Compact, 2014-2016”.
Recently there has been growing recognition that most development challenges are in actual fact ‘wicked’ problem that requires development actors to recognize that the optimal management approaches will be iterative not definitive, and inclusive not technocratic.
Antylles has been appointed to evaluate the pre-qualification application forms and the CBR Program submission from the Independent Directorate for Local Governance (IDLG) in Afghanistan.
Any donor who has supporting institutional capacity development through continuous improvement has realised just how difficult it is to achieve and sustain. The problem becomes more challenging when working in fragile and conflict-affected environments.
Our core mantra is using our expertise to ensure success in our client’s career, success in our client’s team, and success for our client’s organization. While many consulting firms aim for large, multi-year, engagements, we prefer a flexible, agile approach that gives our clients the ability to take a more proactive role in their organizational […]
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Profile Greg is an experienced governance and public policy practitioner and has worked extensively for the UK Government, the UN system, the IFIs, OECD, and many overseas governments on projects involving institutional and organisational development, public administration, post-conflict recovery and stabilisation operations. Greg has post-graduate degrees from University College, London and Western Ontario, Canada […]
Edward leads Antylles’ Organizational Development professional practice area and our International Public Sector service practice. Based in Washington D.C., Edward advises and supports executive management and programme leaders in international organizations including the United Nations and International Financing Institutions. Over the course of almost two decades, Edward has lived and worked a number of donor, developing, […]
The Antylles approach to working in fragile and conflict-affected states (FCAS) is driven by our focus on a careful analysis of the context, through the political economy, problem analyses and our own proprietary analytical frameworks and diagnostic approaches. We draw on the best available knowledge. This is vitally important to understand the entry points for […]
Allison is a political economist with extensive research experience both in academia and policy-making organizations like international law firms, the UK Government, and NGO and INGO organisations. Using qualitative and quantitative methods, she has contributed analysis to projects on resource allocation, state building, and institutional development. Allison holds an MPhil degree in Modern Middle East […]