Recently my company was bought out and we were moved from working Kanban to working Scrum. The main problem I see with this is that it is a team of 5 developers. 2 Windows Developers (C#, dotNet) and ...
How do you explain agile process tool (like Scrum or Kanban) to a (traditional) project manager? [closed]
I am sure many people involved in the software development projects came up with this question, but I could not actually come up with satisfying answer. How to explain to a manager used to having a ...
I was wondering if there was an SDLC (software development lifecycle) or methodology (Kanban, SCRUM, waterfall, otherwise, etc.) that was particularly well-suited for continuous delivery systems, and ...
One minimal Kanban-like system has three places for cards: "To do", "In progress", "Done". As I've seen Scrum and Kanban on the web, it is maybe five or six categories. What are some of the common ...
Does anybody have an experience in combining KanBan in SCRUM, could this work, would this make sence or would it be an overdesign?
It is said that the Kanban methodology is suited for software maintenance and support areas, whereas Scrum is more suited for new product development. No process or methods are complete. Using the ...
My team has been using Scrum for years with a goal to deliver a potentially releasable build each sprint. We recently started using a Kanban board moving away from time-boxed delivery to ...