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Mock Exam Question on Kanbab 3 years 7 months ago #13398

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Don't understand this one either:

All of the following statements about Kanban are true, except:
A. The creators of the Kanban software development method were not among the original signatories of the Agile Manifesto for Software Development
B. The Kanban software development method is a predecessor of all the other Agile development methods
C. Kanban embraces the value of the Agile Manifesto
D. The Kanban software development method draws on the Kanban ("signal card") and Kaizen ("continuous improvement") techniques, which are also elements of the Toyota Way

The answer sheet says it's B, but isn't that true?

[email protected] 3 years 2 months ago #14794

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Dear Gerallt,
B is correct Answer because Kanban for Software development is not Predecessor Development Method. Kanban was first used in Toyota and Later it was used in Software Development til that time there were other methods e.g DSDM (RAD) used before Kanban techbeacon.com/agility-beyond-history%E2...94-agile-development

Mock Exam Question on Kanbab 3 years 2 months ago #14797

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