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post icon What does a Scrum Master do all day?

June 08, 2017 / by Daniel Huchthausen / In Methods

What does a Scrum Master do all day?

Scrum Masters… What do you need them for? Those guys don’t help to develop the product, they are redundant! Worst case, the Product Owner can do his job! That is what many people think when they learn about the Scrum Master role. The quick answer to that question is simple: The Scrum Master is the guardian of the Scrum process, he keeps everything together. But what does that really mean? That’s what we will find out in this post.

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post icon Scrum vs. Kanban Part 3/3 - Example

October 28, 2014 / by Daniel Huchthausen / In Methods

Scrum vs. Kanban Part 3/3 - Example

This last part of our series about Scrum and Kanban will show an example of how projects proceed on the different boards. This again shows some advantages and disadvantages of the two methodologies and can help you to find the solution for your own project.

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post icon Scrum vs. Kanban Part 2/3 - Comparison

October 15, 2014 / by Daniel Huchthausen / In Methods

Scrum vs. Kanban Part 2/3 - Comparison

After showing the most common reasons for using agile approaches and their basic principles in the first part of this series, the second part will compare the two methodologies that are being used the most: Scrum and Kanban. This post will provide a first insight to the mindset of Scrum and Kanban teams and it will show similarities and differences of the two tools.

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post icon Scrum vs. Kanban Part 1/3 - Intro

October 13, 2014 / by Daniel Huchthausen / In Methods

Scrum vs. Kanban Part 1/3 - Intro

During the last years it became common to use agile methods in software development. The most widespread ones are Scrum and Kanban. The 2013 "State of Agile" survey found that a vast majority of companies (~60%) uses Scrum or Scrum hybrids. The second place is held by Kanban and "Scrumban" with more than 10%. Compared to the survey from 2012, Kanban experienced the highest increase in usage. That is why we want to compare those two methodologies. 

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