April 7, 2013 Leave a comment
Recently, Bryan Morris sent me a link to his paper Yes We Kanban! That was timely, because I’ve been asking myself, should I Kanban?
I have been following an Agile Scrum approach on two projects so far, with two different employers. In both cases, I started off with physical cards on a physical board, the daily 5-minute stand up meetings in the hallway and a 2-hour long sprint planning meeting every other week (two hours is not enough time unless the backlog is groomed and pre-prioritized). On one of the projects, the backlog became too large and I started to track the cards in a spreadsheet. After about 10 sprints and hundreds of additional cards in the backlog, I had exceeded the capacity of the visual basic scripts Read more of this post