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March 27, 2017

Whats the problem

People often lack the time, skills, motivation or confidence to effectively use evidence in decision making. While the consequences may be trivial if you are deciding on what breakfast cereal to buy, they can have far more serious ramifications if your are developing public policy for energy efficiency, climate change, threatened species or urban green spaces.

What’s the solution

Evidentiary conducts in-house and public training in evidence planning, search, storage, synthesis and use in decision making for operational and managerial staff.

Why it’s important

Gaining some skills in collecting, assessing and integrating evidence into the decision making processes of your organisation can be rewarding, fun and career building. Using evidence to inform your decisions can increase your credibility, your influence, trustworthiness and voice of authority as well as the confidence of your staff in your decision making.