Kanban is great – I coach it a lot.  More than Scrum at the moment.  But when I first started looking at Kanban, this was sort of my attitude towards it. There was prioritisation, limiting work, cadences, dailies, retros – I wondered what the difference was supposed to be! Having worked with Kanban for a while, I realise that are quite a few differences – and I think that Kanban and Scrum are suitable for different types of work. But that’s a longer discussion.

As for “Rugby is a game for men with leather balls” – I wish it was “Scrum is a game for men with leather balls”, but as a former rugby player, I’ve got to give rugby its due.