Re: Kanban vs Scrum
- Hi Henrik,
Thanks for another beautifully clear paper. I found this very illuminating.
I have no experience with Kanban and only limited experience with Scrum, so my thoughts may be a little off-base here.
First, I found myself wondering how you might manage dependencies between stories with Kanban.
Second, how would the story/task breakdown work in Kanban? In particular, how do you keep all the tasks together? I realize that this isn't part of Kanban, but it seems like something one might want to add on.
--- In email@example.com, Henrik Kniberg <h@...> wrote:
> There's lots of buzz on Kanban right now in the agile software
> development community. Since Scrum has become quite mainstream now (at
> least in Scandinavia), a question that often comes up is "so what is
> Kanban, and how does it compare to Scrum?" Where do they complement
> each other? Are there any potential conflicts?
> I've tried to clarify this in an article, any feedback is welcome.
> Here's a draft:
> If anybody wants to meet & discuss this kind of stuff feel free to
> join me and David Anderson (Kanban pioneer) on May 27.
> Henrik Kniberg
> +46 (0)70 492 5284