Scrum Control or Kanban Agility? You Can Have both, Using Metrics

Are you someone who runs multiple stable Scrum teams, but is curious about migrating to Kanban? Do you think Kanban might lead to a loss of team control and productivity?

Are you someone who runs multiple stable Scrum teams, but is curious about migrating to Kanban? Do you think Kanban might lead to a loss of team control and productivity?

Join me as I first discuss the pros and cons of Scrum and Kanban. Because whichever you choose, it should be for the right reasons. Next, I'll talk about how I used JIRA Software's powerful reports and metrics to migrate three Scrum teams to Kanban, without losing agility or control. I'll highlight some aspects of our migration:

  • Rituals - How to run metric driven planning meetings and retrospectives in a Kanban oriented team
  • Estimation - From point estimation to story consistency
  • Metrics - Fluency and cycle times for estimations

Speaker

Marcio Ghiraldelli

Senior Quality Engineer, Atlassian

10+ years developing software and managing teams in Internet service native companies, from large content/advertisement portals to payment gateways. Leading mission critical services software development and quality control, ensuring best agile and architectural practices. Quality Engineering at Atlassian for the last 2 years, assisting developer teams to maintain quality at speed, both building testing tools and introducing processes to ensure desired quality levels and mitigate customer facing problems.