New Agile projects spin up every day. But, pure Scrum based Agile methodologies do not fit the needs of all projects. Examples of projects that may not fit these methods:
- A legacy project migrated to a cloud platform
- Budgets shifted towards newer investments
- A new merger brings on new properties
- Existing projects have shifted into an end-of-life, but not end-of-support phase
This work provides value to customers or clients. Retaining these efforts to fund new opportunities is a critical business role. How do you maintain the efficiencies and methods from Scrum/Agile for this type of work?
Kanban! This introduction to Kanban will explore Flow, Work in Process, Visualization, and Continuous Improvement. Maybe you think you're using Kanban now, but are you just tracking tasks in an ordered list? We will have workshop exercises showing how powerful Kanban is when you use it to the fullest potential and not just task tracking your work.