EBM Challenges Established Interests

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EBM Challenges Established Interests

🔥NEW More often than not Evidence Based Management will challenge the established interests and it is difficult to see if really gains momentum, at least so in emerging markets.

  Patrick Henderson
Consultant, Ireland
 

EBM and Establishing a Management Change Structure

To enable EBM to take a hold, the management of the company must be made to feel comfortable in accepting blame and adjusting to overcome challenges to achieve the company objectives for its shareholders. The blame element is the major challenge as most will see this as a negative threat to the individual rather than a FACT based on evidence garnered from various sources. The constant need of assessing processes rather than protocols is the main driver, of course shareholders and executive management should also be held accountable to the lack of transparent business planning from which the EBM is generated.

  Jaap de Jonge
Editor, Netherlands
 

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