3 Differences Between Scrum and Kanban You Need to Know

A Scrum Master, Product Owner and Team Members make up a Scrum Team. Team Roles No set roles are defined. Roles are not required to be cross functional.
Columns are labeled to reflect periods in the work flow from beginning through the team’s definition of done. Work Boards Columns are likewise labeled to show work flow states, but also publish the max number of stories allowed in column at once.
Scrum processes place heavy emphasis on schedule with a prioritized list of story points. This iterative process enables accurate estimations of work flow and effective management of multiple projects. Scheduling/ Cadence There are no required time boxes or iterations. While the Kanban method is iterative in nature, the continual improvement is expected to occur in an evolutionary fashion as work is continually completed.