December 01, 2010
(Via Roy O), David Anderson weighs in on comparisons between adopting Scrum vs. Kanban:
If your organization has low maturity, limited capability at risk management, change management and decision making, and is riddled with specialization and defensiveness then Kanban is probably a better choice. If you have time to let the culture and performance evolve and improve over months and years then Kanban is the right choice. If on the other hand, your organization is highly mature and capable of assessing risk, evaluating process alternatives, making good quality decisions, and managing high impact change gracefully then Scrum may be the right choice for you.

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