<iframe src="https://www.googletagmanager.com/ns.html?id=GTM-TSLMMDF" height="0" width="0" style="display:none;visibility:hidden">

Agile eBook – Kanban vs. Scrum: Tips for Choosing the Right System

With so many companies adopting Agile methodologies these days, it’s no surprise that many project management (PM) software tools have popped up in support of Agile transformation and implementation. That said, it can be an overwhelming task to make sense of it all in order to select the best tools that help you to achieve your desired results. Some questions we run into all the time include:

  • Where and how do we start?
  • What’s the difference between Scrum and Kanban software and how do I know which one we need?
  • How do I integrate this PM platform with our existing tools?
  • What are some specific platform examples and how do I vet these products?

Luckily, our friends over at Software Advice recently authored an eBook entitled, Scrum vs. Kanban: 6 Tips for Choosing the Right System that addresses these questions. Our own Scott Cordeiro, managing director for Eliassen’s Agile Consulting practice, contributed his expertise to this resource in conjunction with several other leaders in the Agile space.

We invite you to download the eBook and welcome any questions you may have about implementing Agile across your organization, as well as selecting the right tools to help you achieve your goals: agileinfo@eliassen.com 

Eliassen Group

Written by Eliassen Group

Eliassen Group delivers strategic consulting and talent solutions that fuel your innovation and business results. We partner with you to marry your business objectives with our expertise, empowering your company to execute business strategy and scale your business effectively and efficiently. Where many consulting and talent solutions providers are focused on “the transaction," we believe in establishing and maintaining long-term partnerships so that we can meet your strategic needs and enable your organization to glean greater business value over time.

Topics: Agile

You May Also Like:

What's New:

Read it First

Subscribe to our email list for the latest resources, blogs, and updates from the Eliassen Group team!

Subscribe Here!