Scrum and Kanban: Make your teams better by busting common myths

August 30, 2017

What’s your reaction to the following statements?

  • Scrum is for product teams; Kanban is for service teams.

  • Scrum is for complex work; Kanban is for simple work.

  • Our Scrum team has evolved to become a Kanban team.

  • We do ScrumBan.

  • We do Kanban because we can't plan out for an entire Sprint.

  • Scrum is revolutionary; Kanban is evolutionary.

If you agreed with any of these statements, this webinar will teach you concepts that will challenge how you view both Scrum and Kanban.

The webinar covers the following:

  • How to improve your Sprint forecasting using common Kanban metrics.

  • How to improve your Kanban team’s kaizen with Scrum’s events, roles and artifacts.

  • How combining the Kanban practices with the Scrum Framework will enhance the collaboration across your teams.

 

Download Slides

Webinar Discussion Leaders

Steve Porter (Scrum.org)

Steve Porter works with Scrum.org’s team of experts and its wider trainer community to create and maintain its Professional Series of courses and assessments. Before joining Scrum.org, Steve was the product owner for TeamPulse, Telerik’s agile project management tool. He has also provided Kanban coaching and consulting for organizations around the globe and was both an Accredited Kanban Trainer and a Kanban Coaching Professional.
 

Daniel Vacanti (ActionableAgile)

Daniel Vacanti is a 20-plus year software industry veteran who has spent most of his career focusing on Lean and Agile practices.  In 2007, he helped to develop the Kanban Method for knowledge work and managed the world’s first project implementation of Kanban that year.  He has been conducting Lean-Agile training, coaching, and consulting ever since. Daniel is also the author of the book, Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability.