ifference between the Kanban Method and Scrum

BY Dave White | April 26, 2018

This article is the first in a series after the article "Kanban and Scrum - Stronger Together". Inspired by Steve Porter's efforts to bring process practitioners closer together and educate Scrum practitioners, I'm writing...

BY Dave White | April 20, 2018

Continuing with our theme of facilitating Scrum and Kanban, we’re honored to publish another guest blog post by Dave White on ‘Kanban and Scrum Together – Not So Fast’. In this blog post, Dave has...

Digite Blog

BY digite | April 17, 2018

Digité is excited to be the Gold Sponsor for Mile High Agile 2018 conference. Mile High Agile 2018 is organized by Agile Denver, Colorado’s nonprofit Front Range community for Agile and Lean methods. This...

Avoid the Policy Debt Trap

BY Christophe Achouiantz | March 19, 2018

In part 2 of this series, Christophe looks at the very Swedish phenomenon of Kanban going “man-cold”! As teams implement their early Kanban boards, they inevitably face the reality of the gap between what...

SwiftKanban Dev Board

BY Mahesh Singh | March 12, 2018

Is this you? That is, does the question below, which I answered on a technical forum recently, describe a situation you might be facing or may have faced in the past? We have a...

Kanban Maturity Model with SwiftKanban

BY Christophe Achouiantz | March 8, 2018

In this 2-part series, we are honored to publish a couple of blog posts by (2016 Brickell Key award winner) Christophe Achouiantz, Kanban thought-leader, consultant and coach. Written in the “Fika-style” (read on to...

Digite Blog

BY Mahesh Singh | March 2, 2018

Here’s is another question that I recently answered on a discussion forum – “My team is using Kanban board but they seem to prefer to collate a couple of tickets then 'do a release'...

SwiftESP Flow Efficiency Cycle time Analysis

BY Navin Anand | February 21, 2018

Transformation approach using the enterprise services view, balancing system demand with capability, planning and prioritization using a visual decision framework, using decision support analytics like probabilistic forecasting and cost of delay. This post extends...

Kanban Method and Scrum

BY Dave White | February 19, 2018

Introduction Continuing our theme of helping Agile teams understand the Kanban Method, so they can effectively adopt it for their improvement efforts, I am again honored to publish a guest article by another great...

Daniel Kahnemans Systems Thinking

BY Raghunath Basavanahalli | February 12, 2018

This year’s Nobel for Economics has gone to the Behavioural Economist Richard Thaler. Richard is a Distinguished Professor at the Chicago Booth Business School. His big work is the influence of clues and society...

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