Are you interested in building or growing an evidence-based organization? A proactive organization with strong leadership?
The article will help you understand the essential elements for evidence-based organizational development, and what the research says are the five key components. It is written by David Myers, Ph.D., author of the book, "Becoming An Evidence-Based Organization: Demonstrating Leadership & Organizational Growth".
The following bullets outline what you can expect to read in this free article.
Knowledge and Use of Evidence-Based
Demonstration of Effective Organizational Leadership
Understanding of Organizational Culture and Use of Organizational Assessment
Utilization of Effective Strategic Planning, Performance Measurement, and Program Evaluation
Ongoing Efforts to Enhance Organizational Capacity and Sustainability
Concluding Thoughts on Developing Evidence-Based Organizations
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David L. Myers P.hD., Professor & Director, Ph.D. Program, University of New Haven, and Author, "Becoming an Evidence-based Organization".