Kanban & Scrum: Methods to Avoid Waste Driven Development
Waste reduction and continuous improvement are important aspects of Kanban and Scrum; however, the techniques applied by each to achieve results differ. Scrum starts with a new framework for your team to continuously improve and deliver working software in 30 days or less. Kanban starts with your current process and roles and works to continuously improve it. In this presentation we will look at the different types of waste in software development and show the ways in which Kanban and Scrum can help your development process drive out waste and transform into a learning organization.
Wednesday, July 31, 2013 | 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Ryan Braun's Graffito | 102 N. Water St. | Milwaukee, WI 53202
Robb Pieper is a Senior Consultant and coach for Centare and a Scrum.org certified Professional Scrum Trainer. Robb has played a pivotal role in developing the Agile Transformation capabilities for Centare in both the Milwaukee and Chicago markets. Robb’s broad educational background and experience has helped to bridge the gap between technical and business problems presented by Centare’s clients. He is passionate about continuous improvement in both a professional and personal context.
Who should attend?
- Technical executive, directors and managers
When & Where
Lunch and Learn
Lunch and Learns are free, hour-long, educational seminars in a casual environment. Our presenters are experts in their field and cover effective, modern solutions for business transformation and software delivery. Need more information? Call Centare at 262.432.7299