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The Reform Bias takes the form of: S​elect all that apply.


Yes! A disproportionate amount of time is given to creating reforms that promise outcomes compared to ensuring outcomes.


Yes! Organisations expend considerable effort on planning and creating initiatives credible to stakeholders and less to ensuring rigorous evaluation.


Yes! Whether or not initiatives achieve outcomes, or attention is paid to outcomes, it is crucial for leaders and organisations to be ‘seen’ as proactively addressing performance improvements.

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