Kanban vs Scrum

Continuous flow saves time over moving work back and forth

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The three primary development models used today are a sequential model (e.g., Waterfall), a timeboxed iteration model (e.g., Scrum) and a continuous flow model (e.g., Kanban). The blog https://kanbanmentor.com/why-do-companies-still-use-waterfall-today/ focuses on the sequential model. This blog focuses on comparing a timeboxed iteration to continuous flow model. It focuses on the waste inherent on most scrum teams […]

Team Interactions Meetings

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The Kanban Applied guide indicates that team interactions are even more important than processes. Teamwork, communication, positivity and morale effect cycle times more than anything else. The guide mentions two types of interactions meetings. Forward looking meetings that focus on helping team members understand their differing communication styles and foster trust. And, retrospective meetings, looking […]