Are you willing to know which is best for you, Kanban or Scrum?

So what exactly are Kanban and Scrum? Here's a closer look at what makes them distinct

Kanban and Scrum are both methods that allow projects to adapt to change and encourage participation from all team members

Kanban is a methodology centered on task visualization,

Whereas Scrum is a methodology that organizes workflow and team culture to deliver projects quickly

Kanban delivers tasks constantly until the project is completed, whereas Scrum delivers deliverables in one- to four-week increments

Kanban has been found to increase production, increase visibility, and build a culture of continuous development

Scrum has been related to increased productivity, quicker delivery, cheaper costs, and improved quality

Many project managers view Scrum as a great plan for tackling difficult projects that may experience frequent change