We help you create a space for professional judgement without compromising systematic and reasonable use of knowledge.
A journal-based efficacy analysis can support the processes of change you are already planning or implementing. The idea of journal-based efficacy analysis is using the resources and knowledge you have already in your organization to create an opportunity to learn from the knowledge and experience already present in your systems and in your organization. The road to journal-based efficacy analysis is a wish for a systematic approach to documentation and knowledge collection. When you are using your own journal material rather than external data collections for analysing and documenting efficacy, then you will simultaneously get a relevant analysis competence anchored in your organization. A competence we can also support through training and courses.