Avoid Cooking One’s Own Goose
Use Evidence Based Practices – EBP.
L&D = Learning & Development
Evidence-based practice (EBP) is an interdisciplinary approach to clinical practice that has been gaining ground following its formal introduction in 1992. It started in medicine as evidence-based medicine (EBM) and spread to other fields such as dentistry, nursing, psychology, education, library and information science and other fields. Its basic principles are that all practical decisions made should
1) be based on research studies and
2) that these research studies are selected and interpreted according to some specific norms characteristic for EBP.
Typically such norms disregard theoretical studies and qualitative studies and consider quantitative studies according to a narrow set of criteria of what counts as evidence. If such a narrow set of methodological criteria are not applied, it is better instead just to speak of research based practice.
For more from Wikipedia please go – here.
In the Resources Tab of this Blog/Web Site:
Foo Foo – in Instructional Design and Performance Improvement
There Is Too Much Foo Foo
Here are links to Pages on this site with links to research findings off this site – on each of the various types of Foo Foo found often in Instructional Design and Performance Improvement, including:
- Analysis with Subject Matter Experts
- Blooms Taxonomy
- Collaboration Myths
- Designing Learning/ Training for Generational Differences Myths
- Designing Learning/ Training for Learning Styles Myths
- Employee Engagement
- Evaluation – Level 1 Evaluations/Smiles Sheets
- Fun and Games in Learning/ Training Myths
- Incentives and Motivation
- MOOCs – Massive Open Online Courses
- MBTI – Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Myths – and DiSC
- Multi-Tasking Myths
- NLP – Neuro-Linguistic Programming
- Right Brain – Left Brain – and Learning
- Transfer Myths – Only 10% of Training transfers to the Job
- Wisdom of the Crowd
Use EBP – Evidence Based Practices.
To Protect and Improve the Enterprise.
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