Are you a Scrum practitioner, team lead, Scrum Master, Agile coach, or a manager who wants to understand an evolutionary approach to improving your Scrum? Explore how successful Scrum teams have evolved their workflows using the Kanban Method’s practices, principles, and application of evolutionary change management.
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How Does Your Scrum Flow?
Joey Spooner, Vice President for Community Development and Product Management at Kanban University, speaks about Introducing Evolutionary Change at AgileAmericas 2023.
Finding the best path forward when attempting to change can sometimes be challenging for Scrum teams. What if there was an easy way to identify the low hanging fruit for improvement that your fellow Developers would want to achieve?
Press play below to watch Joey share some initial approaches to identify the challenges and define solutions as you get started with managed evolutionary change in your Scrum team.
It’s not uncommon for teams to have missing capabilities which then create dependencies on other service providers. A team doing great work may need some extra capability that they don’t already have on their team. In this post, we explore how the Kanban Method can address this kind of challenge.
Unplanned Work – The Hidden Sprint Surprise
Often, you’re in the middle of a Sprint and here comes the recurring surprise urgent request or demand that breaks either your Sprint Goal or delays the work your Team planned to deliver until the next Sprint. Unplanned work is a common problem we see many Scrum Teams face. In this blog, we explain how the Kanban Method provides a solution.