Introduction to Evidence-Based Management

In this video I discuss what is Evidence-Based Management and explain the concept by using some examples. You may want to introduce EBM to your organization. If so, this recording might be useful!

Organizations struggle to measure value. They usually prefer to focus on Time-to-Market measures. Measuring delivery is important, however, cannot be the only target. Holistic view on EBM might improve your product value.

More information you may find here:

My articles about EBM.
EBM part 1
EBM part 2

EBM Guide: https://www.scrum.org/resources/evidence-based-management-guide

This article was written by a human, me, not AI.

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