Too often teams spend more time choosing a “process” than working in it. They do research, debate, evaluate, etc., rather than just getting going. If you search on Scrum vs. Kanban, you will get hundreds of hits; however, it doesn’t have to be that way. Scrum is a simple framework from which process evolves. Kanban is a strategy made up of a set of practices that helps work flow. Building a bridge between the two help teams deliver better products to market. Join Steve Porter as he introduces Kanban practices that Scrum Teams can add to help improve their effectiveness and efficiency. During Steve’s session, you will learn how to use Kanban practices, including visualization of workflow, limiting work in progress (WiP), active management of work and many more to help continually inspect and adapt your workflow; all without losing the benefits of Scrum. You will leave understanding how building a bridge between Scrum and Kanban will help your team deliver better products to market!