Dart, J.J. and Davies R.J. (2003) A dialogical story-based evaluation tool: the most significant change technique, American Journal of Evaluation 24, 137-155. This article provides an introduction to MSC and discusses its potential to add to the basket of choices for evaluating programs in developed economies. We provide an Australian case study and outline some of the strengths and weaknesses of the technique. We conclude that MSC can make an important contribution to evaluation practice. I...
Dart, J.J. (2003) A Self-Help Guide for Implementing the Most Significant Change Technique (MSC) This aim of this guide is to help groups design an MSC system for their program or project. The guide splits MSC design into 8 steps. Each step is described, then some questions are asked in relation to the step. Hopefully, answering these questions will help your group develop an appropriate MSC process. This document was designed to be used as part of a one-day training workshop in MSC – it was...
User Guide In 2015 Rick Davies and Jess Dart published the   User Guide for the Most Significant Change Technique  in English. It is aimed at organisations, community groups, students and academics who wish to use MSC to help monitor and evaluate their social change programs and projects, or to learn more about how it can be used. It since been translated into 12 different languages. Quick start Guide Clear Horizon also developed a  Quick-Start Guide  which aims to help groups design an MSC ...