by Corey Ladas
Kanban is more than just a task board with index cards or sticky notes. It adds value to the organization. Combining Kanban principles with Scrum practices can lead you to something much better – Scrumban. This post explains how it can be done. The author proposes the number of enhancements to make the planning process and work more efficient, productive, responsive, and integrated with the business. He suggests to shorten iteration length and start limiting work in progress. Next, the author explains how to improve the existing, Scrum-like board and make it more Kanban-style by adding a “ready” queue between the “backlog” and “work-in-process”.
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