What is scrumban in software delivery?

Scrumban is a hybrid Agile project management methodology that combines elements from both Scrum and Kanban. It was initially designed as a way to transition from Scrum to Kanban, but has since evolved into a standalone framework that takes advantage of the strengths of both systems. Here’s a brief overview of each, to provide context: What are some general benefits of scrumban? Does Scrumban use Velocity or Cycle & Lead Time? In Scrumban, key performance metrics from both Scrum and Kanban are used, with more emphasis on Kanban’s flow-based metrics like Cycle Time and Lead Time rather than Scrum’s Velocity.

Change failure rate

What is change failure rate and what to look for?

For today’s article I’ll talk a little about change failure rate and what it might mean to your organization. I cover it ever so briefly in the DORA metrics article I posted a while back. I’ll go a bit more in depth here today. What is change failure rate? Change failure rate is a metric used in the software delivery process to quantify the percentage of times a change, such as a new feature, bug fix, or configuration update, results in a negative outcome, such as a degraded user experience, system outage, or rollback. This metric helps organizations understand the