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Measuring Agility - Overview of Evidence-Based Management (EBM)

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The video explores measuring agility in a course, emphasizing starting with goals to choose metrics. It introduces the evidence-based management framework and key value areas like unrealized value and time to market. Setting goals, aligning them with what to measure, and adapting to complex business situations are essential. The next episode will kick off the discussion on key value areas.

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Overview of measuring agility in a course.
00:15
Importance of starting with goals to make selecting metrics easier.
Introduction of the evidence-based management framework focused on goals, evidence, and empiricism.
Key value areas covered including unrealized value, current value, time to market, and ability to innovate.
Presenters sharing their metrics and business practices, noting that they may not work for every business in the long term.
Importance of setting goals and aligning them with measurements.
04:05
Understanding the connection between evidence, goals, and human behavior in the workplace is crucial.
Setting strategic, intermediate, and immediate goals will be discussed in upcoming episodes.
Insight into key value areas, metrics, and determining what to measure based on individual situations.
Goals have a significant impact on behavior and aligning them with desired outcomes drives appropriate behaviors.
Importance of setting goals and gathering evidence in complex business situations.
06:33
Retire goals that are no longer relevant or too expensive to make transparent decisions.
Tips on getting started with evidence-based management.
Highlighting the unique and diverse nature of implementing strategies in different organizational contexts.
Highlights from the video segment on kicking off the kvas.
09:57
The video focuses on the process of starting the kvas, inviting viewers to join in.
The episode concludes with a farewell message of "see you next episode".