Page: Scrum model vs. Kanban model
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Scrum Kanban
Based on Agile values Based on Lean values
Team is required to estimate work your team is not required to estimate the tasks
Requires a change in current processes Reuses your current processes and doesn't require a massive change in how your team works
velocity is a metric to determine when working software can be delivered to a customer or stakeholder Lead time is a metric to determine when working software can be delivered to a customer or stake holder
Prescribes 3 roles-Scrum Master, Product Owner and members of the Delivery Team Does not have specific or prescribed roles
Can use a Sprint burn down report to show the health of a spirit May use a cumulative flow diagram to report progress
Priorities do not change during a sprint Priorities can change daily
Great for new product or feature development Better suited for tasks that are repetitive such as tasks that most would consider,"Business as Usual".
Requires a small, dedicated team Team size is irrelevant
Bottlenecks are not always obvious until your Sprint Review or Retrospective Bottlenecks are revealed quickly -through visualization

Scrum is based on Agile values

It requires a change in current process

Team is required to estimate the work

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