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Evidence-Based Management has Issues
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Managers in large healthcare organizations are deciding on more and riskier strategic interventions based on evidence that is not systematically gathered or assessed. Kovner, et al 3 … top management generally lacks adequate internal support to rigorously evaluate strategic interventions or consultant recommendations and to learn from industry-wide best practices. The creation of evidence-based management cooperatives might be a means to change this trend. Kovner, et al 3 The past 20 years have seen intensive development of new models for organization and management in industry ...
I was raised in a family where spirited discussions were common. Sometimes when we were in the middle of a good debate, my mother would break in with one of her classic lines. "It's a fact," she would remind us, "We don't have to argue about it. We can look it up." At that point we'd get up from the dinner table and begin pulling out reference books. We might call the library (you could do that then) or call a family friend who would know the answer to our question. We were on a quest for facts. That's the whole idea behind Evidence-Based Management. ... Read More
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