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Scrum_BLR 9th meet up 28-Jun-2014 - Kanban and Scrum - Anand Gothe
Scrum_BLR 9th meet up 28-Jun-2014 - Kanban and Scrum - Anand Gothe
Scrum_BLR 9th meet up 28-Jun-2014 - Kanban and Scrum - Anand Gothe
Scrum_BLR 9th meet up 28-Jun-2014 - Kanban and Scrum - Anand Gothe
Scrum_BLR 9th meet up 28-Jun-2014 - Kanban and Scrum - Anand Gothe
Scrum_BLR 9th meet up 28-Jun-2014 - Kanban and Scrum - Anand Gothe
Scrum_BLR 9th meet up 28-Jun-2014 - Kanban and Scrum - Anand Gothe
Scrum_BLR 9th meet up 28-Jun-2014 - Kanban and Scrum - Anand Gothe
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Scrum_BLR 9th meet up 28-Jun-2014 - Kanban and Scrum - Anand Gothe

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  • 1. Kanban and Scrum When Kanban makes sense? How it different from Scrum? Can we use both? Based on: http://www.infoq.com/minibooks/kanban-scrum-minibook
  • 2.  Maintenance tasks can pop up any time  Releases are ad-hoc  Estimation & planning is difficult The problem
  • 3.  Visualize the workflow  Limit work in progress (WIP)  Measure the lead time Kanban in a nutshell
  • 4.  Scrum prescribes roles  Scrum prescribes timeboxed iterations  Scrum prescribes cross-functional teams  Scrum resists change within the sprint  Scrum board is reset between each iteration  Scrum backlog items must fit in a sprint  Scrum prescribes estimation and velocity  Scrum prescribes meetings and charts Differences
  • 5.  Both are Lean andAgile  Both limitWork In Progress  Both use transparency to drive process improvement  Both don’t provide all the answers Similarities
  • 6.  Standups  Sprint review/demo  Retrospective Scrum practices we still use

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