Kanban Misconceptions

Kanban Misconceptions

Jenny Stuart
Construx VP of Consulting

In my work with organizations around the world, I see a great diversity of Agile adoptions. You might call it the good, the bad, and occasionally the downright ugly. In that time, I’ve seen a lot of gaps and challenges in Scrum adoptions. I’ve also found that as much as people don’t fully understand in the ins and outs of Scrum, Kanban is widely misunderstood.

My goal for this series of blog posts is to debunk a few of the myths and misconceptions about Kanban. I hope you’ll gain a better understanding of just how rich, deep, and useful Kanban can be.

Kanban Misconceptions

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