Kanban Board vs. Scrum Board


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Which of the following best describes the time frames in which Kanban and Scrum complete project work?

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1. Which of the following is NOT true of WIP limits?

2. Which of the following is NOT true of story point estimates and velocity?

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The worksheet and quiz are useful tools that assess your understanding of Kanban board vs. Scrum board. You need to know how both boards work for the quiz.

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  • Characteristics of Kanban and Scrum boards
  • Time frames in which Kanban and Scrum complete project work
  • WIP limits

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  • How user stories work
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