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A Reader’s Guide to Evidence-Based Management

  • Eric Barends
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As the idea of evidence-based practice may be quite new to many practitioners, a carefully selected list of suggested literature may be helpful for those who would like to learn more about it. The Center for Evidence-Based Management provides such a list. This reader’s guide gives an overview of its most relevant publications.

In the past 10 years, a large number of articles and books have been published related to evidence-based practice in the field of management. The concept of evidence-based practice, however, has evolved over time and as a result some of these publications may be out of date or no longer accurate. This reader’s guide provides a succinct overview of the most relevant publications. Its purpose is not only to support readers who are unfamiliar with evidence-based practice in management, but also those who are already sold on the concept and wish to deepen their understanding of specific aspects. Needless to say that this guideline is based only on my professional...

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Harvard Business Review Human Resource Practice Effective Human Resource Trustworthy Evidence Concept Cleanup 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Center for Evidence-Based Management (CEBMa)AmsterdamNetherlands

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