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Teaching EBP to undergraduates
Barbara Janssen
@barbarajanssen
AOM 8th August 2015
Our future finance professionals
 Undergraduates
 Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
 University of Applied Scie...
Ready to face your manager?
TRUST ME, 20 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
3
Evidence-based practice
4
Dare to think different
5
Curriculum: EBP mind set
 Critical thinking
 Uncertainty
 Trustworthiness of information
6
Curriculum: EBP skills
 Basic EBP skills
 Knowing and recognizing biases
 Challenging assumptions
 Asking questions (P...
Curriculum: EBP practice
 Recognizing biases and assumptions
 Analysing cases like Enron
 Desk research
 Thesis
8
Curriculum: EBP practice example
 Halo effect
 Describe a situation in which your behaviour or decision was
influenced b...
Challenges
 Not academics
 Students are trained to reproduce knowledge
 Educational context
 Authority bias
 Overconf...
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Presentation by Barbara Janssen
Academy of Management Annual, Vancouver, 2015

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Teaching Evidence-Based Management to Undergraduates

  1. 1. Teaching EBP to undergraduates Barbara Janssen @barbarajanssen AOM 8th August 2015
  2. 2. Our future finance professionals  Undergraduates  Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)  University of Applied Sciences  Future professionals, not academics 2
  3. 3. Ready to face your manager? TRUST ME, 20 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE 3
  4. 4. Evidence-based practice 4
  5. 5. Dare to think different 5
  6. 6. Curriculum: EBP mind set  Critical thinking  Uncertainty  Trustworthiness of information 6
  7. 7. Curriculum: EBP skills  Basic EBP skills  Knowing and recognizing biases  Challenging assumptions  Asking questions (PICOC)  Acquiring information  News and data  Scientific literature (Google scholar, ABI Inform)  Advanced EBP skills  Decision making processes  Appraisal of scientific evidence (validity and generalizability)  Search strategies scientific databases  Aggregating information from different sources into a conclusion (advise) 7
  8. 8. Curriculum: EBP practice  Recognizing biases and assumptions  Analysing cases like Enron  Desk research  Thesis 8
  9. 9. Curriculum: EBP practice example  Halo effect  Describe a situation in which your behaviour or decision was influenced by the Halo effect  What were the consequences?  How could you have prevented your opinion was influenced by the halo effect? 9
  10. 10. Challenges  Not academics  Students are trained to reproduce knowledge  Educational context  Authority bias  Overconfidence 10

Teaching Evidence-Based Management to Undergraduates Presentation by Barbara Janssen Academy of Management Annual, Vancouver, 2015

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