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Minimize the gap between Maker and User – slides from my London 2019 keynote

In 2019 I did a keynote at Mind the Product conference in London. I shared some key insights afters years of working with Spotify, LEGO, and Minecraft development. Spoiler alert: the most important insight is in the title of this post.

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“Summary of Scrum vs Kanban

Similarities:
- Both are Lean and Agile
- Both use pull scheduling
- Both limit WIP
- Both use transperency to drive process improvement
- Both focus on delivering releasable software and often
- Both are based on self-organizing teams
- Both require breaking the work into pieces.
- In both, the release plan is continuously optimized based on empirical data (velocity/lead time)”
Henrik Kniberg

“Differences:

Scrum:
- Timeboxed iterations prescribed.

Kanban:
- Timeboxed iterations optional. Can have separate cadences for planning, release, and process improvement. Can be event - driven instead of timeboxed.”
Henrik Kniberg, Kanban and Scrum - Making the Most of Both

“In theory, theory and practice are the same. In practice, they are not.” —Yogi Berra In”
Henrik Kniberg, Lean from the Trenches: Managing Large-Scale Projects with Kanban




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