Kanban vs. Scrum: Kanban is NOT for Software Development, but Scrum is!
August 22, 2014 Leave a comment
Last week I was a panelist at the Agile Denver meeting, where the title of the panel was Kanban vs. Scrum! The Big Smackdown!
If you click through the link, you’ll notice that the title was misleading, on purpose, as is the title of this article(“Kanban vs. Scrum…”). However, I want to catch the attention of those who think that this is even a valid question or consideration. The title also speaks to a common problem in the industry that has been around for several years, and won’t seem to go away.
There are a number of software teams and organizations that think they should choose between Kanban and Scrum as their software development process. This is a GIANT and RISKY mistake, in my professional opinion.
It’s not an either/or proposition. Scrum is about software development. Kanban is about change management.
There are several reasons why choosing Kanban as your…
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