IT industry is slowly realizing that Kanban (Method) can be used for development projects too, and most teams report improved
Gone are the days when requirements were frozen at the start of a project and were not expected to change. Responding to change in a smart and effective manner is a common expectations from development teams.
Kanban is a vaguely understood term in the IT industry – two professionals talking about kanban usually have different level of understanding. This post attempts to throw light on different kanban terms.
Kanban is a poorly understood term, and as it happens with poorly understood concepts, myths and misconceptions flourish. Here we look at the common myths around Kanban prevalent in the Agile community.
While many see Scrum and Kanban as competing process frameworks, it is common and often practical to combine them both – the result popularly called Scrumban. There is no secret recipe though. Here we explore one possible option.