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Evidence-Based Management Guide

Evidence-Based Management is a framework organizations can use to help measure, manage, and increase the value they derive from their product delivery. EBM focuses on improving outcomes, reducing risks, and optimizing investments.

Over the past two decades, most organizations have significantly increased the value gained from software through the adoption of the Scrum framework and Agile principles. The introduction of evidence-based management practices promises to deliver even further gain.

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Software has moved far beyond being a business expense. It has evolved into a major investment to obtain specific goals in mind, goals that are often unobtainable in other ways. This change means that the need to manage software better has become an imperative. Evidence-Based Management for Software Organizations is the first useful method for transforming software from an expense into a profitable asset.

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