Coffee Talk: Scrum versus Kanban (re-match) … Thursday at High Noon!

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Everyone

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Because of the phenomenal success of the Scrum versus Kanban session that Steven Borg an I did today, we plan on having a rematch to see if Kanban can make a comeback.

Hopefully Steve1 can do a better job for Kanban this time…

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Updates

  • 2011-07-29 – The Recording –  For those that attended the recording will be made available to you now through Northwest Cadence, I am working on making it available here as well.
  • 2011-10-27 – The Recording – I have added the recording

If you missed todays bout then you are in for a treat as Steve Borg and I go head to head again for a second round of Scrum vs Kanban … here is what one of the attendees said about the first session:

The methodology, process and SDLC sessions are often delivered by evangelists who are very prescriptive and critical. Steven and Martin, however, delivered an interactive and thoughtful comparison of the two processes, sharing useful insights into the pros and cons of either and most importantly highlighting the importance of having the freedom of adapting either or both to suit your needs and environment.
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Am I willing to make a prediction?

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Figure: Predicted outcome!

If however you have had your fill of one process battering lumps out of the other and you have chosen you path, or even if you are still on the fence, you can come and see the rest of the sessions:

  • Coffee Talk: Scrum vs Kanban (re-match) – 2011-7-28 (high noon– 12PM PST) – Join NOW
    Scrum versus Kanban   Scrum is a process model that promotes highly iterative, value driven development and has been successfully..

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    Figure: Coffee talk: Scrum vs Kanban

  • Coffee Talk: Introduction to Kanban – 2011-8-5  (9AM – 10AM PST)
    Introduction to Kanban Kanban is a Lean-inspired approach to software development.  Although the rules of Kanban are simple, they…
  • Coffee Talk: Introduction to Scrum  – 2011-8-19 (9AM – 10AM PST)
    Introduction to Scrum   Scrum is the most adopted agile methodology.  Time and again, it has transformed low performing development teams…
  • Coffee Talk: Visualize Work – The Power of Big Visible Displays  – 2011-09-09 (9AM – 10AM PST)
    Visualize Work: The Power of Big Visible Displays Visible work has a profound impact on a team.  By making work visible, teams can…
  • Coffee Talk: Limit Work in Process (WIP) – 2011-09-23 (9AM – 10A  PST)
    Limit Work in Process (WIP)  Overloaded individuals and teams suffer from bad multitasking. they are also cursed with long lead times,…
  • Coffee Talk: Scrum-damentals – 2011-10-07 (9AM – 10AM PST)
    Scrum-damentals Scrum is the most adopted and recognized agile methodology. However, there are still challenges to Scrum adoption.  This…
  • Coffee Talk: Visualize Work – The Power of Big Visible Displays – 2011-10-21 (9AM – 10AM  PST)
    Visualize Work: The Power of Big Visible Displays Visible work has a profound impact on a team.  By making work visible, teams can…
  • Coffee Talk: Limit Work in Process (WIP) – 2011-11-04 (9AM – 10AM PST)
    Limit Work in Process (WIP)  Overloaded individuals and teams suffer from bad multitasking. they are also cursed with long lead times,…

The sessions are deliberately split so you can see Scrum, Kanban and some of the practices that benefit both separately.

Upcoming Training Opportunities

These are the next five classes we have, and you can check out our full public schedule of classes.

Live Virtual Applying Professional Scrum Minecraft on  12th December 2022
Virtual Beginner 0
12 - 15 Dec, 2022
14:00-17:30 GMT
Live Virtual Professional Scrum Master online 9th January 2023
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9 - 12 Jan, 2023
09:30-13:00 GMT
Live Virtual Professional Scrum Product Owner online 23rd January 2023
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Live Virtual Applying Professional Scrum Online in Minecraft on 30th January 2023
Virtual Beginner 0
30 Jan - 2 Feb, 2023
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We can deliver any of our courses as private in-house training over Microsoft Teams & Mural. We also recommend training based on your accountabilities or role, you can go directly to recommended courses for Scrum MastersProduct OwnersDevelopers and Agile Leaders.

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