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Definition of Kanban(ish) Variant
The Kanban(ish) Variant of Scrum is one in which the standard (batch) Sprint Planning is replaced by continuous Planning throughout the Sprint. ScrumH is a Kanban(ish) variant of Scrum.
The Front Burner consists of Stories the Team has agreed to do. Furthermore, if the Team is doing a Kanban(ish) version of Scrum, the Front Burner represents the Work in Progress (WIP).
If the Team is using the Kanban(ish) Variant of Scrum, the whole Team must have a short Planning discussion and agree to a new Story from the Backlog – probably from the Back Burner.
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"Kanban(ish) Variant" ScrumDictionary.com. Accessed Jun 28, 2022. https://scrumdictionary.com/term/kanbanish-variant/.