Scrum vs Kanban





If you are a Software Professional, you must have come across these terms – Scrum, and Kanban; but it is surprising that many don’t really know the difference between the two. This article on Scrum Vs Kanban will try to explain the difference in the two. Here’s a good video we found that explains this quite well.

 

Scrum is an agile process that helps to deliver the business value in the shortest time. Each iteration is time boxed and typically it varies between 2-4 weeks. Emphasis is on teamwork and iterative software development.

Kanban on the other hand is a project management methodology which aims to visualize the tasks so that it is easy to identify bottlenecks. The work is not done in a time boxed manner.

Scrum Vs Kanban

Share your thoughts below on your experiences in using either of these development methodologies.


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