The Difference Between The Kanban Method and Scrum

Digite

Dave is a Principal Consultant at Depth Consulting Ltd, and Program Director of the KCP Program at the Lean Kanban University. In this article, he outlines the similarities of the two as WIP Limiting, Pull-based systems – with cadences and a focus on learning – while also explaining their differences. Value-system Influences. Both are heavily influenced by value-systems. The Kanban Method pulls a great deal of its values from a Lean value system.

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Essential SAFe 4.0 – How is it Different from SAFe 4.0?

Digite

Lean-Agile Mindset. The biggest challenge that a large organization faces is an absence of a Lean-Agile mindset. is to train the top management and change leaders in Lean-Agile and SAFe principles. is highly influenced by systems thinking the approach and strongly recommends the organizational transformation to be top-down in this regard. Release Train and Cadence. Done effectively, this can quickly snowball into an organization-wide Lean-Agile culture shift.

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Creating a Risk-Adjusted Backlog

Leading Answers

Prioritizing based on business value is an example of the lean concept of 'Taking an Economic View of Decision Making.' Some might have to be escalated to other stakeholders to get the benefits, and a final category may have to be ignored if we cannot influence them.

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From Order Taker to Opportunity Maker…IT’s Digital Transition for Driving the Business

Leading Agile

Teams delivering on a predictable cadence earn the trust of the business. Pretty soon, business and IT leaders join forces to orchestrate dependencies and implement Lean pull systems. Hold Teams, as well as overall organization, accountable for producing a working tested increment of product on a regular cadence. What this means is that clever CIOs and IT leaders influence investment and portfolio tiers to ensure priority and alignment are stabilized and streamlined.

Agile Unplugged: EP 02 | Mike Cottmeyer and Dennis Stevens

Leading Agile

You get super clear backlogs, you find out what the real cadences you’ve finished work that you start. And then tying that together into a network and then applying Lean principles to designing an organization that can get stuff done. – So what was fascinating about some of mine and yours early work together, I remember sitting in front of your whiteboard in your conference room, and we’re like talking about Lean and different things.

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