Kanban is an Agile management method for teams to visualize their work, determine and reduce risks, and achieve improvement in terms of quantity and quality without compromising the respect for current roles and responsibilities of the team.
Scrum is a well-defined process for framing work. Incorporating Scrum and working with it includes more responsibility, iterative planning and sprint reviews. This is quite a challenge when compared to Kanban, which is less structured than Scrum, and can be applied to ongoing processes. Scrum promotes commitment as a change catalyst, unlike Kanban, which leverages work In progress (WIP) limits as a change agent.