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This post is from the Collabnet VersionOne blog and has not been updated since the original publish date.

Last Updated Dec 13, 2011 — Enterprise Agile Planning expert

What is Kanban & How's it Different from Scrum?

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Ever wonder about the difference between Kanban and Scrum? Both Kanban and Scrum:

  • Focus on releasing software early and often
  • Require highly collaborative and self/managed teams
  • Are built on the basic premise of "Stop Starting, Start Finishing"

But there are distinct differences and between the two. Learn how they are different, 'what is Kanban?,' the benefits of Kanban software tools, and how VersionOne is supporting multiple teams using multiple agile methodologies to track the status of their items; set WIP limits for each process stage; and optimize their team's flow. Learn more

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