“Maybe evidence-based practice isn’t what we think it is” by Rick Guzzo

“Maybe evidence-based practice isn’t what we think it is” by Rick Guzzo

The nature of applied psychology is being more than disrupted by a data-driven world. Here’s how.

Evidence-based management (EBM) emphasizes reliance on “best available evidence” to guide practice, and published research is the first place to look for it. Today’s data-rich organizational world provides alternatives to the EBM approach that minimize one of its major risks, a reliance on “SAFs” (Simplest Available Facts). The talk addresses these issues using case studies to illustrate.

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