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Becoming An Evidence-Based Organization

Five Key Components To Consider by David L. Myers, PhD.

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Are you interested in building or growing an evidence-based organization? A proactive organization with strong leadership?

To help you explore evidence-based organizational development further, we've got a complimentary article for you to research the five key components. 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, "How to Become an Evidence-based Organization".

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