Scrum, as the most structured of all Agile frameworks, is a great way to ensure predictable, strategically planned, incremental product delivery. Scrum ensures good responsiveness to frequently changing market demands. Although nonprescriptive, Scrum clearly defines certain roles, responsibilities, and ceremonies.
Kanban, for the most part, is silent about certain aspects that Scrum suggests explicitly (e.g., team size, velocity, story point estimation, timeboxing, Scrum ceremonies, etc.). Kanban is less structured than Scrum. Being a true pull-based system, Kanban is a great work-flow visualization tool that can be effectively used for WIP management. It is a great tool to use in production support or the gradual redesign of legacy systems; business priority-driven new product development is not the main goal….