Evidence-based knowledge management
Some things Professor Rob Briner thinks he got wrong in trying to promote evidence-based practice
Professor Rob Briner is Co-founder & Scientific Director of the Center for Evidence-Based Management (CEBMa).
Quantifying the impact of knowledge management
The majority of answers to a recent KM forum question offered only platitudes and little in the way of evidence…
How to write literature reviews for evidence-based knowledge management
Evidence-based practice needs to involve an assessment of the widest possible range of relevant research.
Knowledge brokering for policy: What do we know?
Huge resources are being invested into knowledge brokering so it is important to know what we mean by it, how it is being applied, and…
Evidence decision-making tool uses level of confidence assessment
Appraising the trustworthiness and relevance of evidence is an important step in evidence-based practice.
Video recording from KM4Dev Knowledge Café 23: Writing (research) articles on KM and KM4Dev
With Srividya Harish, Bruce Boyes, Dr Sarah Cummings, Gladys Kemboi, and Prof A Senaji. Facilitated by Jacob Løfdahl & Gladys…
Open Knowledge Maps – Map a research topic
Open Knowledge Maps is a visual search engine that assists the discovery of scientific knowledge.
Evidence-Based Management Podcast series
The new Evidence-Based Management Podcast series is a valuable resource to assist you to with your evidence-based KM journey.
Business school leadership development programs are not always evidence-based: What about KM education?
To what extent are knowledge management (KM) education programs evidence-based?
That’s a claim! Thinking critically about management claims
Many management claims turn out to be wrong or at least overstated. So how can you know whether a claim…