Rally Software®
Agile Kanban versus Agile Scrum

Are you confused about the difference between Agile Kanban and Agile Scrum? Is your organization considering a move to Agile but unsure of the best approach?

In part two of this three-part webinar series, Rego expert guides Rob Greca, Rob Sirard, and Emma Terzian outline the difference between Agile Kanban and Agile Scrum/SAFe in Rally Software®. They’ll also discuss WIP Limits, Dependencies, and everyone’s favorite topic–estimating.

Before watching this webinar, please ensure that you have watched part one of the series, Rally and Clarity PPM: Move from Project to Product Funding.



Rob Greca
Managing Director Agile Services
Rego Consulting

Rob has extensive PPM consulting and industry experience where he has led or assisted leaders through various strategic and transformation initiatives at all scales. With more than fifteen years of experience, Rob has broad industry exposure spanning technology, financial services, retail, utilities, and pharmaceuticals. Rob specializes in large scale, enterprise-wide strategic transformations. In his spare time, Rob spends time with his wife, three kids, two dogs, two cats, and the kids he coaches in a club he founded: The Innovator’s Lab.


Rob Sirard
Agile Coach
Rego Consulting

Rob is an Agile Coach with proven success in global business agility transformations and Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) implementations in the e-Commerce, Healthcare, Banking, and Hospitality industries. Experience training and coaching Scrum, Kanban, and Lean concepts to all levels of an organization ranging from value proposition presentations of Agile adoption with Senior Management to providing hands-on leadership and coaching of day to day operations with Agile Teams.


Emma Terzian
Solution Architect
Rego Consulting

Emma is a certified Scrum Master and Software Solution Architect working in the PPM / Agile Development industries with over 8 years of experience. Emma enjoys strategically guiding customers in their overall business processes, enterprise alignment, and tool adoption.