Kanban-vs-scrum

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The InfoQ version includes: Foreward by Mary Poppendieck Foreward by David Anderson Minor improvements to the original “Kanban vs Scrum” article by Henrik Kniberg Detailed case study by Mattias Skarin

Why did I move itto InfoQ? 1. InfoQ is where people go to find this kind of stuff. It’s a great site! 2. They also provide a printed softcover version of the book. A physical book is more comfy than reading over a hundred pages on your screen :o)

Kanban vs Scrum
How to make the most of both
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Kanban vs Scrum – how to make the best of both (Henrik Kniberg) Deprecated version! Latest version is available at http://www.infoq.com/minibooks/kanban-scrum-minibook 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.16. 17. 18. Introduction ............................................................................................................................... 3 So what is Scrum and Kanban anyway? ...................................................................................... 4 So how do they relate to each other?......................................................................................... 6 Scrum prescribes roles ............................................................................................................. 10 Scrum prescribes timeboxed iterations..................................................................................... 11 Kanban limits WIP per workflow state, Scrum limits WIP per iteration ...................................... 13 Both areempirical .................................................................................................................... 15 Scrum resists change within an iteration .................................................................................. 20 Scrum board is reset between each iteration ............................................................................ 22 Scrum prescribescross-functional teams .............................................................................. 23 Scrum backlog items must fit in a sprint................................................................................ 24 Scrum prescribes estimation and velocity ............................................................................. 25 Both allow working on multiple products simultaneously..................................................... 26 Both are Lean and Agile ........................................................................................................ 28 Minor differences ................................................................................................................. 29 Scrum board vs Kanban board – a less trivial example.......................................................... 31 Summary of Scrum vs Kanban ............................................................................................... 39 Take-away points.................................................................................................................. 40

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Kanban vs Scrum – how to make the best of both (Henrik Kniberg) Deprecated version!Latest version is available at http://www.infoq.com/minibooks/kanban-scrum-minibook

1. Introduction
There’s a lot of buzz on Kanban right now in the agile software development community. Since Scrum has become quite mainstream now, a common question is “so what is Kanban, and how does it compare to Scrum?” Where do they complement each other? Are there any potential conflicts? Here’s an...
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