Many people, too many people, have compared Scrum to Kanban. Too many people still think they have to choose. I’m not going to go into that now. It’s like arguing against a flat-earther. I’ll just say, Scrum and Kanban are not mutually-exclusive options. They are two very different tools.
Millions of people around the world use a kanban board to organize their work and personal lives. Why? Because it’s intuitive, fun, and very easy to use. This article will introduce you to the Kanban Method, so you can start using it with your tasks and projects. Finding a way to do things more efficiently is important – no matter what business you are in or kind of projects you do. The idea of the kanban board was originally used in Japan in production processes.