No sábado, estava conversando sobre o chororô do Ken Schwaber sobre estarem desvirtuando o Scrum. Lembrei de Ken descendo a lenha no Kanban depois da galera da Scrum Alliance (incluindo muitos brasileiros) discutir sobre se a comunidade Scrum deveria apoiar o Kanban:

Kanban is a good alternative when Scrum demands too much of you. It allows managers to continue assigning work to resources (not people), treating people as interchangeable cogs in functional silos, using command-and-control management, and inhibiting people from working closely in self-organizing teams.

If you are having trouble getting the agile benefits from Scrum of value driven development, high productivity, and great quality, this is a good fall-back position. It doesn’t challenge management or …

Como disse Rodrigo Yoshima no Twitter:

O vendedor de pastel nunca vai falar que o milho é melhor. Até mesmo se o cliente tiver colesterol alto.