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Reporting systematic reviews in evidence-based management - short survey

  • 1.  Reporting systematic reviews in evidence-based management - short survey

    Posted 12 days ago
    Listserv member (apologies for cross-postings):
    We believe there is an evidence-practice gap in evidence-based management (EBMa) just as there is a gap in the practice of evidence-based medicine (EBM). We are studying whether the format and content of systematic review abstracts, similar to what is done in healthcare, can affect the dissemination and application of scholarly business research findings
    We would greatly appreciate it if you could kindly provide responses to the short survey (4 mins completion time) presented in this link - https://redcap.kumc.edu/surveys/?s=ELFL3RMKCX .

    Our main aim is to find out how research in 
    management and organizational studies can be more accessible to key stakeholders: other scholars, industry practitioners and policymakers, and in this way, contribute to their impact. 

    Should you have any questions or wish to share more with us on how the reporting of scholarly business research can be improved, then please get in touch. For those who respond with email - we can contact them with an update on the project and a follow-up if they wish.

    Thank you.

    Bob Badgett

    Research Team:

    Dr Adun Okupe – Lecturer in Strategic Management, Lagos Business School
    Prof  Céline Rojon – Professor of Business Psychology, CBS International Business School
    Dr Robert Badgett (MD) – Professor of Internal Medicine, University of Kansas School of Medicine - Wichita

    Robert Badgett
    KU School of Medicine–Wichita
    Wichita KS