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Scrum vs Kanban | What are the differences between Scrum and Kanban | Edureka

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This Edureka PPT on "Scrum vs Kanban" tell you about both of the said AGILE-based Frameworks. You will get an overview of the principles and practices of Scrum and Kanban and how they are similar to and different from each other.
What is Scrum?
What is Kanban?
How are they similar?
How are they different?
Scrum vs Kanban
Which one should you choose?

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  1. 1. WHAT IS SCRUM? HOW ARE BOTH DIFFERENT? WHAT IS KANBAN? www.edureka.co HOW ARE BOTH SIMILAR? SCRUM vs KANBAN WHICH ONE SHOULD YOU CHOOSE?
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  3. 3. Plan Build Test Review Plan Build Test Review Plan Build Test Review Plan Build Test Review Plan Build Test Review www.edureka.co
  4. 4. Plan Build Test Review Plan Build Test Review Plan Build Test Review Plan Build Test Review Plan Build Test Review Scrum is a framework within which people can address complex adaptive problems, while productively and creatively delivering products of the highest possible value in a time boxed setting. www.edureka.co
  5. 5. Scrum means working in a fact-based, experience-based, and evidence-based manner. Scrum implements a process where progress is based on observations of reality, not fictitious plans. www.edureka.co Plan Build Test Review Plan Build Test Review Plan Build Test Review Plan Build Test Review Plan Build Test Review
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  7. 7. www.edureka.co Backlog To Do In Progress Completed
  8. 8. Kanban encourages work to be broken down into manageable chunks and uses a Kanban Board to visualize that work as it progresses through the work flow. Kanban limits the amount of work allowed in any one condition unlike Scrum which limits time. www.edureka.co Backlog To Do In Progress Completed
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  10. 10. Both Scrum and Kanban allow for large and complex tasks to be broken down and completed efficiently. Both place a high value on continual improvement, optimization of the processes. And both share the very similar focus on a highly visible work flow that keeps all team members in the loop on WIP and what’s to come. www.edureka.co Tasks broken down Visible Workflow Continuous Improvement
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  12. 12. There are a number of differences in both the philosophy behind and the practical application of Scrum and Kanban. While the individual differences are many, they can be grouped into the scheduling, iteration, and cadence. www.edureka.co Scheduling Iteration Cadence
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  14. 14. Roles and Responsibilities www.edureka.co Scrum Kanban
  15. 15. Roles and Responsibilities Every Individual in Scrum has a fixed role(Product Owner, Scrum Master, etc), despite the development team being role-fluid, but Kanban allows flexibility in terms of individual roles. www.edureka.co Scrum Kanban
  16. 16. Teams and Commitment www.edureka.co Scrum Kanban
  17. 17. Teams and Commitment Every Individual in Scrum must commit to doing a specific amount of work but in Kanban, commitment is optional for teams. www.edureka.co Scrum Kanban
  18. 18. Addressing Challenges www.edureka.co Scrum Kanban
  19. 19. Addressing Challenges Obstacles are immediately dealt with in Scrum, whereas, they are left to be dealt with later in Kanban. www.edureka.co Scrum Kanban
  20. 20. Types of Teams www.edureka.co Scrum Kanban
  21. 21. Types of Teams In Scrum, it is necessary to create cross-functional teams. Kanban usually has specialized teams throughout the course of the project. www.edureka.co Scrum Kanban
  22. 22. Objective of the Team www.edureka.co Scrum Kanban
  23. 23. Objective of the Team Scrum’s main objective is team collaboration to complete the task, whereas, Kanban usually strives to achieve goals. www.edureka.co Scrum Kanban
  24. 24. Iterations www.edureka.co Scrum Kanban
  25. 25. Iterations Scrum places heavy emphasis on its schedules, new items cannot be added to ongoing iterations. Kanban is more iterative in nature due to lack of timeframes. www.edureka.co Scrum Kanban
  26. 26. Ownership www.edureka.co Scrum Kanban
  27. 27. Ownership A sprint backlog is owned by only one team at a time as Scrum encourages cross functional teams. Kanban boards have no ownership. www.edureka.co Scrum Kanban
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  29. 29. Many large companies have adopted either Scrum or Kanban for project management. Teams in companies like Apple, Valve, Google, Amazon are using Scrum whereas some like HP, Pixar, Zara, Spotify have gone for Kanban. www.edureka.co
  30. 30. Many large companies have adopted either Scrum or Kanban for project management. Teams in companies like Apple, Google, Amazon are using Scrum whereas some like Pixar, Zara, Spotify have gone for Kanban. www.edureka.co
  31. 31. When choosing between Kanban or Scrum, the individual distinction doesn’t always have to be made because Kanban and Scrum can go hand-in-hand. www.edureka.co
  32. 32. Copyright © 2017, edureka and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. www.edureka.co
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