What is Kanban?

By The Intersect Group

When you first hear it, Kanban sounds like it could be the name of a movie dog, or a new dance move, or a video game. It’s actually a Japanese word meaning “sign” or “billboard” and it is one of the most widely used Agile-based frameworks. Its focus on frequent product delivery, teamwork/collaboration, continuous improvement, and other practices, link it to the concepts described in the Agile Manifesto. Once used almost exclusively in Lean manufacturing and later in software development, it is embraced as both an alternative and a complement to Scrum.

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