Topic: Scrum vs. Kanban – An Introduction to Scrumban
In order to introduce Scrumban, we will provide a Scrum and Kanban overview to level set the audience. To equip every attendee with a way to clearly articulate the differences between Scrum and Scrumban, we will also highlight what they share as two agile methodologies and what they do very differently.
The goal of this presentation is to introduce Scrumban and recognize where/when it makes more sense to use something else than Scrum, while still being agile. Modifying Scrum is not ideal, it works great in it’s most simple fashion but augmented with experience. Scrumban doesn’t change Scrum, it replaces Scrum when/where it makes the most sense. It answers the question about reducing even more waste in Scrum and helping other areas of the organization be agile using a Scrum approach that works for them.
Dimitri Ponomareff, Agile Coach/Trainer – offers a full spectrum of project management, from Agile to Waterfall, and a wide range of application development, from e-commerce web sites to enterprise solutions. He is consistently recognized as a very passionate and successful change agent, with a great capacity to motivate and mobilize teams on the path of continuous improvements. He is a master facilitator, as well as a very exciting presenter with overwhelming positive feedback about his energy and ability to engage an audience.
He has successfully implemented Agile at Choice Hotels International, JDA Software Group, Apriva Mobile, Arizona Early Childhood Development & Health Board.
Contact Name: Ken R. Ward
Contact Email: email
19 Jan 2012
2065 W. Obispo Ave.
Gilbert, AZ 85233