PICOTEAM is a network-organisation with nodes in Africa, Latin America and Europe
  that supports efforts to bring about change and innovations for sustainable development.

PICOTEAM Ltd. PICO Southern Africa PICO Uganda PICO Tanzania PICO Latin America
PICO Academy for Practitioners PICO Knowledge Networking

Focal Area 1

Enhancing performance & adaptiveness of organisations through strategic change management

PICOTEAM facilitated AU-IBAR Strategic Planning Process   2009
PICOTEAM supports the Climate Change Adaptation in Africa (CCAA)    2009 - to date
Change management in ASARECA   2005 - ongoing
Change management in the Limpopo National Park, Mozambique   2008 - ongoing
Change management in IFAD, Rome   2007
Strategic Planning & Change Process at the World Agroforestry Center (ICRAF)   2006 - 2007
1999 - 2000
Programme development, and Coaching Support to the Project
‘Multiple Use Systems of Water’
  2004 - 2007
Strategic & Business Planning of the Global Forum on Agricultural Research (GFAR)   2004 and 2007
Change management and services development in the Cooperative College in Moshi / Tanzania   1996 - 2007
Change management and innovation systems development in Ethiopia   2004 - 2006
Guided self evaluation of INADES   2005
Development of regional Mid-Term Plans (MTP) of CGIAR in Africa   2005
Strategic Planning at the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI)   2005
Strategy Development and Start Up of RUFORUM   2004 - 2005
Programme development and coaching of the African Highlands Initiative (AHI)   1999 - 2005
Organisational Assessment in TACRI in Tanzania   2004
Review and Reform of the National Agricultural Research System (NARS) in Uganda   2002 - 2004
Strategic Planning ILRI   1999 - 2003
Programme development and coaching of the CIFOR adaptive collaborative management Programme (ACM)   1999 . 2002
Support to the CGIAR programme on participatory research and gender analysis (PRGA)   1996 - 2002
Change Management in Extension - Agritex, Zimbabwe   1996 - 2002
Fostering Integration of CGIAR in Eastern & Southern Africa   2001