Although the very thought of it makes some academics blanch, I'm beginning to think that "evidence-based management" could be really useful in solving some nagging academic problems. As I understand it -- and I'm no expert -- "evidence-based management" takes as a given that it's appropriate to look at statistical patterns that have emerged over time, and to use those as reality checks for future decisions. It's particularly helpful in testing long-held assumptions for which we somehow keep noticing exceptions.
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