Evidence-Based Management: Concept Clean-up Time?
Briner, R. B., Denyer, D. and Rousseau, D. M., 2009. Evidence-Based Management: Concept Clean-up Time? Academy of Management Perspectives, 23 (4), pp. 19-32.
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The term evidence-based management (EBMgt) is relatively new, though the idea of using research evidence to help make managerial decisions is not. In this paper we identify and clarify a number of common misconceptions about EBMgt. Rather than a single rigid method, EBMgt is a family of approaches that support decision making. It is something done by practitioners, not scholars, although scholars have a critical role to play in helping to provide the infrastructure required for EBMgt. Properly conducted systematic reviews that summarize in an explicit way what is known and not known about a specific practice-related question are a cornerstone of EBMgt.
|Creators||Briner, R. B., Denyer, D. and Rousseau, D. M.|
|Departments||School of Management|
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