In 2015 I published a video on "Scrum vs Kanban". Almost immediately, the "do Scrumban" requests came in.
In 2017, I finally got around to it.
But my research into Scrumban didn't lead where I thought it would.
I'd expected to find a hybrid. A "third way". A melding of the best of Scrum and Kanban.
(And many people would describe Scrumban in those terms.)
But it seemed to me (it still does!) that Scrumban is less of a "third way" and more of a "pathway": a pathway from Scrum to... something else.
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In 2008 Corey Ladas coined the term Scrumban in this paper: "Scrum-ban". He followed it up in the following year with his book "Scrumban".
Sadly, there's not a great deal of Corey on video. But I did find this. And it's exceptional:
Scrumban leans heavily on Lean (sorry - couldn't help myself) and these are a great place to start:
These don't mention Scrumban by name, but they pull (!) in a similar direction.
Three videos from me...
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I am grateful to Kirk Bryde, who was kind enough to share many of the above resources with the members of the LinkedIn Scrumban Group. His initial list was the inspiration for this page.