Web Development teams prefer which method Kanban or Scrum?
It depends on what you’re trying to accomplish.
- Kanban is a fairly straightforward method that would be ideal for a team managing a flow of work requests that are not necessarily associated with a project. It is frequently used in conjunction with Scrum to manage the flow of work within a sprint.
- Scrum is significantly more suitable for project work due to the systematic changes in requests are design changes.
- Scrum is more flexible at multiple stages of the project.
Kanban lacks all of the Scrum components that are typically required for project-level work.
- There are no meetings, such as Daily Standups, Sprint Planning, Sprint Review, and Sprint Retrospective, which are often required for coordinating and planning the work.
- There is no Sprint methodology – All work is done in one continuous flow.
- There is normally no mechanism for organizing and prioritizing work to be done such as a Product Backlog
- There are no roles such as Product Owner and Scrum Master.