Evidence-Based Management (EBM)
Measuring Value to Enable Improvement and Agility
Evidence-Based Management is a framework organizations can use to help them measure, manage, and increase the value they derive from their product delivery. EBM focuses on improving outcomes, reducing risks, and optimizing investments. It is developed and sustained by Ken Schwaber and Scrum.org.
Agile organizations know that frequent inspection of results limits risk and improves the ability to deliver value. Their leaders manage investments based on ROI and value. At the same time, they work to influence the organization to create an adaptive culture that allows it to take advantage of opportunities before their competitors do.
Evidence-Based Management helps organizations put their right measures in place to invest in the right places, make smarter decisions, and reduce risk using an iterative and incremental approach. This empirical framework alongside the agile principles and values enables successful steps of change for the organization.
LIVE VIRTUAL COURSE
All of our course offerings are now offered live in a virtual learning environment. Experience our highly interactive virtual learning environment with engaging exercises and activities using our private Learning Management System (LMS). We leverage world-class technology, professional broadcasting software, and stream our video feed in 4k to provide a constructive learning environment that will help students apply the many principles taught throughout the course.
PRIVATE COURSE OPTION
If you are interested in having multiple (at least 3) people trained, please inquire about our private course offerings. There can be significant savings if you are able to host the course at your location. Discuss agile training and coaching.
This Scrum course is designed to provide comprehensive knowledge and practical skills related to Scrum principles, practices, and methodologies. It is important to note that this course is not specifically tailored for exam preparation purposes. If you are seeking exam-focused content or training material geared towards certification exams, this may not be the most suitable course for your needs.
We encourage participants to carefully consider their learning objectives and choose courses that align with their specific certification or examination goals.