Based on your answers for your situation we recommend using Scrumban.
Scrumban is a hybrid version of Scrum and Kanban. It combines the benefits of both methodologies by using the visualization of Kanban and the systematization of Scrum while not introducing extra complexity and being easy to adopt. Scrumban is flexible in production and works well in large projects. However, it reduces the control the project manager has in Scrum and as in Kanban it’s hard to track individual team member effort, and outdated Scrumban board can cause issues.Scrumban is a good fit for Startups, fast-paced projects, continuous product manufacturing, and loyal teams sacrificing strict rules and hierarchy for extra time efficiency and freedom.
Helps you handle large projects
Reveals bottlenecks in your workflow
Everyone is on the same page
Easy to adopt and simple process
Bring equality and less stress in the team
Can turn into methodology mish-mash
Hard to track individual team member effort
Less control for the project manager
Outdated Scrumban board can cause issues
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