Tuesday, 12 March 2013

Agile at home - version 2.0

So the family Scrum board didn't work out so well. We lasted one iteration; I think there was a lack of interest/commitment - in the end it was just too complicated.

Since then though, my wife has implemented Kanban - which is proving far more successful, so-far:

The process is much more intuitive and easier for the kids to get their head around. Much more like a plain old to-do list.

We haven't put WIP constraints in or tried to chart cumulative flow - it's been a straight up KISS-style implementation. Bloody brilliant. Trust me to over-complicate the matter!

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