Scrum is a management and control process that cuts through complexity to focus on building software that meets business needs.
Agile Scrum provides multiple opportunities for stakeholder and team engagement – before, during, and after each Sprint. By involving the client in every step of the project.
Scurm approach provides opportunity for clients to be involved throughout the project, from prioritizing features to iteration planning and review sessions.
By using time-boxed, fixed schedule Sprints of 1-4 weeks, new features are delivered quickly and frequently, with a high level of predictability.
Because each Sprint is a fixed duration, the cost is predictable and limited to the amount of work that can be performed by the team in the fixed-schedule time box.
Scrum makes it easy to react to changing business needs and provides opportunity to constantly refine and reprioritize the overall product backlog.
By allowing the client to determine the priority of features, the team understands what’s most important to the client’s business.
Kanban is a process, designed to reduce the idle time in production process. The main idea behind this system is to deliver what the process needs exactly when it needs it.
Team members’ ability to focus