I want to introduce my Scrum team to Kanban and I am not sure how best to approach it.
Does anyone have any good ideas?
The three guiding questions for a retrospective are:
The answers to these questions will drive changes to how the team operates. If you tried something new (perhaps even unplanned) and it caused you to be successful, then the first question will identify those things and you can try to incorporate them into your process.
However, the last two questions are more important if you're interested in changing the process and want to evaluate a new process or tool. If Kanban can provide a solution to a problem or somehow improve the process, it can be brought up at the retrospective. But process change for the sake of process change isn't appropriate.
Ask yourself two questions:
If you can present Kanban as a method to prevent problems or improve how your team works, bring it up at the retrospective. Otherwise, don't shoehorn a process change in for the sake of change.