Empirical Process Control
[em-pir-i-kuh l pros-es kuh n-trohl]
Definition of Empirical Process Control
The idea that knowledge comes from direct sensory-experience.
When decisions are made based on observation and explicit experimentation.
Scrum uses empirical process control which relies on the three pillars of transparency, inspection, and adaptation.
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