Gallanach Supports Evidence Based Management Practice

17 April 19

At Gallanach, we use the principles of evidence based management practice in all our work.


But what is evidence based management?


The Centre for Evidence Based Management defines it as follows.

“Evidence-based management is about making decisions through the conscientious, explicit and judicious use of the best available evidence from multiple sources by ….

  Asking: Translating a practical issue or problem into an answerable question
  Acquiring: Systematically searching and retrieving the evidence
  Appraising: Critically judging the trustworthiness and relevance of the evidence
  Aggregating: Weighing and and pulling together the evidence
  Applying: Incorporating the evidence in the decision-making process
  Assessing: Evaluating the outcome of the decision taken



… to increase the likelihood of a favorable outcome.”


We’ve blogged about what evidence based management means for HR practice here and here.


Science for Work provides great guidance on what HR management interventions really work.



As an experienced CEO and Director I know the importance of having a strong Board Chair to provide strategic leadership and direction.  Norman provides this leadership in abundance but also fully understands the need to give support and space to the management team for them to succeed.  He is prepared to make difficult decisions and will lead on resolving difficult issues when necessary.

Mike Stevens – Ex CEO, London Welsh Rugby Club