In Scrum, teams work by dividing a long-term complex problem into sprints. These sprint goals are then assigned to team members who have the required skill set to achieve them in an efficient manner.
The main focus of the Kanban methodology is to identify bottlenecks. The project is visualized on a kanban board where the tasks are listed in separate columns denoting the stages in the flow of work.
Scrumban combines the concepts of Scrum i.e. working in small iterations and visualizing the entire project and Kanban i.e. concepts of pulling work, limiting WIP, and continuous operations.
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