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AgileTour2010,Bengaluru : Our Journey from Scrum to Kanban

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We have started our project with Scrum first. Towards the end we were in a situation where scrum was not fitting completely for our needs. Then we have switched to Kanban gradually. Here I have shown …

We have started our project with Scrum first. Towards the end we were in a situation where scrum was not fitting completely for our needs. Then we have switched to Kanban gradually. Here I have shown our learnings from our journey.


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  • 1.  Agile evangelist since college (DAIICT)  With Xebia since 3.5 years  Love playing computer games  Latest interests Android, Scala Hi! I am Ganesh Gembali
  • 2. Our Journey from Scrum To Kanban Via ScrumBan Ganesh Gembali Xebia IT Arch. Pvt. Ltd
  • 3.  Brief of project  Where we have started  What made us look for something new?  Kanban?  Our journey  What we have learned so far? Agenda
  • 4. Our project  A travel portal to book offers  Aggregate offers by different vendors  A little bit similar makemytrip, cleartrip
  • 5. Team structure
  • 6. Where we have started?
  • 7. Why we have looked for new process?
  • 8. Kanban – Whats this?
  • 9. Scrum + Kanban
  • 10. Planning meetings
  • 11. When to retrospect?
  • 12. Defining column limits
  • 13. Piling up in one column
  • 14. What and when to pick next ?
  • 15. Releasing the project – Work in progress
  • 16. Sub-tasking : moving things across
  • 17. Thank you ... You can contact me at ggembali@xebia.com ggembali@gmail.com