Kanban Misconception: Kanban is Too Complex

Jenny Stuart
Construx VP of Consulting

Unlike Scrum, which provides a basic framework to start, teams adopting Kanban need to make some decisions. These include:

  • What work do we deliver and to whom?
  • What steps and stages occur to the work as produce our deliverables?
  • What does it mean to be done with the work at each stage?
  • How much work should be in the Kanban system to optimize value delivery?
  • Is all work treated the same or is some work more important than other work?

While there are a lot of decisions to make, it’s not rocket science to set up a Kanban system. For more information, please contact us for our Kanban practice paper or access to our Kanban Overview online course.

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