Improve Your Scrum With Kanban Training
Scrum Better with Kanban
You may already be using a Kanban board to visualize your work. Great! Did you know that the Kanban Method has many more tools that can help your agility.
The reality is that many Scrum implementations stall out. Perhaps you got some initial gains and felt pretty good, but now you keep hitting obstacles. You’re not alone.
Jeff Sutherland, the co-founder of Scrum stated that; “58% of Scrum implementations are late, over budget, with unhappy customers.”
Kanban Can Help!
Now maybe you are thinking that you invested so much already in your Scrum implementation as you went through a major agile transformation. Why would you want to go through a Kanban transformation?
The good news is that you don’t have to. The Kanban Method uses an approach of evolutionary change that starts with what you do now. There is no transformation, but as we have seen the results can often be transformational.
Perhaps it is best to clear up some misconceptions about the Kanban Method and how it relates to the Scrum framework.
What was your starting point when you began implementing Kanban?
We know that Kanban can help because the latest “State of Kanban Survey” reported 57% of respondents indicated they had started their Kanban journey from Scrum.
How would you compare Kanban to other methods/frameworks you've used?
Significantly, 87% of respondents stated that Kanban was more effective or much more effective than other methods they had tried.