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EBM and reporting

EBM and reporting

Presented by Serge Huybrechts at BATC's Scrum Weekly Meetup.

A lot of companies spend a lot of time on reporting. Even when applying Scrum. Most of the reporting doesn’t serve any valuable purpose and could, or even should be thrown away. In this meetup session we have a look at Scrum.org’s Evidence Based Management together with why and how we can report in order to serve our value deliver.

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-danny

July 14, 2020
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  1. Evidence Based Management and reporting

  2. “Without data you’re just a person with an opinion” 15

    July 2020
  3. The right information In the right format At the right

    time So that the right people Can make the right decision Doing reporting right 15 July 2020
  4. DIKW model 15 July 2020

  5. Do you know your question? 15 July 2020

  6. Scrum basics - Empirical Process Control 15 July 2020 Transparency

    Inspection Adaptation
  7. Scrum basics – Self-organization 15 July 2020

  8. Key Value Areas 15 July 2020

  9. How to improve? 1. Quantify Value 2. Measure Key Value

    Measures 3. Select Key Value Area’s to improve 4. Conduct practice experiments to improve targeted KVA’s 5. Evaluate results 15 July 2020
  10. ITIL4 – Continual Service Improvement 15 July 2020