Scrum and Kanban are remarkably useful when we employ them in the right contexts. As contexts change, we should be encouraged to experiment with changes to the process. This course will teach you how to smoothly transition from Scrum to Kanban.
Many Scrum teams decide to make a change in their process and to switch to Kanban. In this course, Transitioning from Scrum to Kanban, you’ll learn how to optimize your existing process. First, you’ll explore the ways to smooth the workflow with the Kanban best practices. Next, you’ll discover a set of guidelines to improve your learning workflow. Finally, you’ll learn how to use simple but powerful reporting in Kanban. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of transitioning from Scrum to Kanban needed to perform this activity as trouble-free as possible.
Milena Pajic has more than a decade-long career in IT industry, leading distributed teams and managing projects on the international level. Software developer by education, she dug deep into the code, earned significant hands-on experience and learned the rules of the game
Course Overview Hi, everyone. My name is Milena Pajic, and welcome to my course, Transitioning from Scrum to Kanban. I'm a true Kanban evangelist who likes to implement it whenever the context allows me to do so. Did you know that Kanban is an evolutionary approach and that you don't have to introduce all of the changes at once in your transition? In this course, you will learn how to optimize your existing process without immediate radical changes. Some of the major topics that we will cover include the ability to understand the difference between Scrum and Kanban, how to optimize the current process in increments, and how to additionally smoothen the workflow with the Kanban best practices. Further, we'll explore how teams can enhance learning workflows and use simple, but powerful reporting in Kanban. By the end of this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of transitioning from Scrum to Kanban needed to perform this activity as trouble free as possible. Before beginning this course, you should have good Scrum knowledge and have a good understanding of Kanban concepts. I hope that you'll join me on this journey to learn how to introduce an evolutionary change in your process with Transitioning from Scrum to Kanban course, at Pluralsight.