In Scrum we make important decisions based on all three Artifacts:
The work to be done is made visible in both the Product & Sprint Backlog so that the team can make decisions towards overall product development and set Sprint Goals that will lead to an MVP delivery. The Increment itself needs to be inspected and transparent to all so that it helps make better decisions, decreases the potential; for risk, and improves the value of product delivery to our clients.
Scrum believes that the process of development can be improved by learning from past implementations. It works because it adheres to the Agile principles of iterative, value-based incremental delivery. This is achieved by gathering stakeholder feedback and accepting changes. The Three Pillars of Empiricism are very beneficial to overall product development. These benefits are items like faster time to market, increased stakeholder responsiveness, enhanced quality, ability to change direction by managing priorities, better delivery predictability, and improved risk management. These are just a few examples of reasons why Scrum has been successful among all different types of industries and why these three pillars are worked in throughout the processes of Scrum.