Scrum vs Kanban is a discussion about two different strategies used to implement an agile development or project management system. Kanban methodologies are continuous and more fluid, whereas scrum is based on short, structured work sprints.
Scrum is a framework that enables people to address complex adaptive problems. It aims to productively and creatively deliver products of the highest possible value through iterations and increments in a time-boxed setting.
Kanban is a method for optimizing and managing workflows, which lets users visualize processes on a Kanban board and continuously process work items. The work in progress (WIP) limits at each stage of the workflow that allows their team to optimally use its capacity.
Read the blog at https://k21academy.com/scrummaster18to look into this discussion of Scrum vs Kanban in more detail and look at the major points of dissimilarities with respect to performance indicators, planning, work commitment, etc.
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