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The unidirectional argument is not evidence-based There are a lot of blogs, articles and books that at first sight appear to be evidence-based. They are entertaining, interesting and makes sense. Some call it evidence-based writing. It is not evidence-based and here’s why… As editor of The Oxford Review I read a lot. A lot of […]Read more
How to ensure successful change – change management Change management – The 6 important factors that ensure change success. We know that the claim that 70% of change programmes fail is false. However learning what can make change a better and more positive experience in organisations can only be a good thing. All too often organisations […]Read more
You Are An Organisational Hero: You are a striver Not for you is the mediocracy of opinion based working It is people like you that get things done You are a practician You delve You have curiosity You ask important questions You ask the uncomfortable questions You look for evidence to back up your practice […]Read more
What is evidence-based decision-making? It may not be what you think? The counter-intuitive side of evidence-based practice. Opinion-based decisions When people make decisions about things on a daily basis, for example, what eat or what to wear, they usually do so based on their own opinions, likes, dislikes, personal taste, habits and a range of other […]Read more
Data v Evidence Data Not so fast Evidence Does it matter? A test of evidence-based practice Hypothesis The crux of the matter between data v evidence is this… Summary Data v evidence Data v evidence: This is the first article in a series about evidence-based practice. In this post, I look at the critical difference […]Read more
[tqb_quiz id=’2180′] There are two types of organisation: opinion based and evidence based. The different affects the organisational culture, decision making and a whole raft of other organisational indicators. Take the test and get the report.Read more
This post follows on from the previous post Making evidence-based practice work: The 3 key challenges In this post I will look at what the research findings are: evidence-based solutions Solutions The researchers discovered that there are two primary pre-requisites for successful implementation of evidence-based practice: evidence-based solutions. Primary pre-requisites for successful implementation of evidence-based practice Management involvement […]Read more