Don’t say this too loudly around agile conferences, but when it comes to the day-to-day work, Scrum and Kanban are basically the same.

Now, as an attendee of these conferences and an enthusiastic participant in discussions on pull systems; time boxes; empirical process control; and Little’s Law, I admit that it’s satisfying to go deep into these issues. However, it’s important not to lose focus on your team, your customers, and your product. Whether you’re doing Scrum or Kanban, the day-to-day work is about a team of skilled and experienced professionals collaborating, solving problems, and trying to make a positive impact. Sometimes this goes well – people succeed in creating great things together; sometimes it doesn’t – bad products are built by a disinterested team, producing poor results.

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