Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard of “agile project management.”
Since the Agile Manifesto was published in 2001, the agile movement has grown by leaps and bounds and along with it, the marketplace of project management (PM) products that support agile workflows.
Whether you’re just starting down the path to becoming an agile team or have successfully established agile workflows, it can be tricky navigating the agile PM vendor marketplace.
There are a wealth of tools to support every possible application of the agile methodology and software selection can seem an insurmountable task. But fear not:
We created this e-book to identify the key benefits of and differences between Kanban vs Scrum software to help guide agile teams in their search for new software solutions.
In this e-book, you’ll learn:
✔ Tips for how to analyze your team’s workflows and industry-related needs
While both Scrum and Kanban are agile frameworks, they cater to different workflows and are thus best for different teams. We outline how managers can assess the unique needs of their team to find the right fit.
✔ Advice for dealing with specific purchase drivers and software requirements
While needs will vary, there are standard purchase drivers that push teams to look for agile software. Additionally, the current tools your team is using will influence which PM platform you purchase. We review several drivers and requirements that managers should consider when evaluating solutions.
✔ Guidance for identifying tools and vetting products
We highlight several Scrum and Kanban PM software solutions that address the criteria listed above and outline best practices that teams should follow when evaluating PM platforms.