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Blending Scrum and Kanban to Create an End-to-End Agile Enterprise

01.12.2011
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Here is a quick 10 minute video presentation of how I blend concepts like Epics, Features, User Stories, Story Maps, Minimally Marketable Features, Scrum, Kanban, RUP, and even traditional SDLC to create a scaleable agile enterprise portfolio framework.  Pretty simple illustration, but it covers all the fundamental ideas necessary to make this work.

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Krystian Kaczor replied on Sat, 2011/01/15 - 11:14am

Mike, it's a very interesting presentation. In my teams we have different flow of getting Stories prepared. We have only 2 tiers where first one is designed for working on Solutions and Concepts, where you need business, UX designers and developers engaged and as a result of that flow we have Concept containing User Stories. And finally User Stories are used on the Sprint Planning Meeting.

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