Scrumban - benefits of both the worlds

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#Scrum is very popular these days but #kanban is suitable for better organizational level continuous improvement. We use #scrumban to get the benefits of both the worlds. Its a combination of good practices of scrum with kanban.

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Scrumban - benefits of both the worlds

  1. 1. Benefits  of  both  the  worlds  –   Scrumban  (Scrum  +  Kanban)   Savita  Pahuja   Agile  Coach  ,  Trainer  at  Xebia     www.agilenoida.wordpress.com
  2. 2. SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT DONE RIGHT Netherlands | USA | India | France | UK www.xebia.in; Blog :http://.xebee.xebia.in
  3. 3. Scrum   www.agilenoida.wordpress.com
  4. 4. Scrum  Flow   Fixed  To  Do   list   Work  selected   upfront   No  restricLons  to   the  number  of   ongoing  items   Empty   queues   All  work  done   www.agilenoida.wordpress.com
  5. 5. Kanban   www.agilenoida.wordpress.com
  6. 6. Kanban  Flow   Flexible  To  Do   list   Top  priority   Work  in  the   queue   No  more  than   specified   number  of   items   Flexible   ongoing  list   Work  flow   www.agilenoida.wordpress.com
  7. 7. Some  improvements  obtained     with  Agile  (Mostly  Scrum)   www.agilenoida.wordpress.com
  8. 8. Increase  in  producLvity  by  using   scrum     Human  psychology  with  respect  to  Lmeboxing       www.agilenoida.wordpress.com
  9. 9. Temporal  mo*va*on  theory  (TMT)     •  Temporal  mo*va*on  theory  (TMT)  is   developed  by  Piers  Steel  and  Cornelius   J.  Konig,  the  theory  emphasizes  Lme  as   a  criLcal,  moLvaLonal  factor.   www.agilenoida.wordpress.com
  10. 10. Temporal  mo*va*on  theory  (TMT)   MoLvaLon  =                Expectancy  *  Value                                                        1  +  Impulsiveness  *  Delay     MoLvaLon              =        the  desire  for  a  parLcular  outcome   Expectancy              =        the  probability  of  success   Value                                    =      the  reward  associated  with  the  outcome   Impulsiveness      =      the  individual’s  sensiLvity  to  delay       Source  :  wikipidea   www.agilenoida.wordpress.com
  11. 11. TMT  Graph   Source  :  INTEGRATING  THEORIES  OF  MOTIVATION   By  PIERS  STEEL   University  of  Calgary   www.agilenoida.wordpress.com
  12. 12. Without  Lme  boxing  –  ConLnuous   Flow     If  I  can  keep  working  and  s*ll  ship  my   promised  set  of  stories  as  they  become   available,  why  *me  box  ?   www.agilenoida.wordpress.com
  13. 13. ConLnuous  Flow  of  Kanban   www.agilenoida.wordpress.com
  14. 14. Some  improvements  from     using  Kanban   www.agilenoida.wordpress.com
  15. 15. ProducLvity  Comparison   ProducLvity  -­‐>   Scrum   Kanban   Time  -­‐>   www.agilenoida.wordpress.com
  16. 16. Scrumban   •  Scrumban  is  kanban  when  starLng  process  is   scrum.   www.agilenoida.wordpress.com
  17. 17. www.agilenoida.wordpress.com
  18. 18. Benefits  of  Scrumban   No  more   Investment   CommunicaLon   of  scrum  +     conLnuous   improvement  of   kanban   Not  PrescripLve   www.agilenoida.wordpress.com
  19. 19. Thank You. www.agilenoida.wordpress.com
  20. 20. Agile  ConsulLng  by  Xebia   Agile Consulting and Transformation Services Point based coaching workshops Agile transformation readiness review Mid-cycle intervention and correction Agile transformation solution design and execution ü  Scrum ü  XP, BDD, ATDD ü  DSDM ü  FDD
  21. 21. Contact us @ Websites www.xebia.in www.xebia.com www.xebia.fr Xebia India infoindia@xebia.com Thought Leadership Htto://xebee.xebia.in http://blog.xebia.com http://podcast.xebia.com
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