• Online Conferences: Agile conferences, now often held virtually or in hybrid formats, continue to feature Scrumban. These events facilitate a broader reach, enabling a global audience to engage with Scrumban experts and thought leaders.

  • Community Growth: The Scrumban community grows larger and more connected, thanks to virtual collaboration. This period sees the development of new practices and adaptations of Scrumban to suit the evolving work environment.

  • Hybrid Frameworks: The line between physical and digital Agile tools blurs, with teams using hybrid models to manage their workflows. Scrumban's principles lend themselves well to this blended approach, further increasing its utility and popularity.

  • Research and Innovation: Academic and industry research into Agile methodologies continues to explore the efficacy of Scrumban, contributing to its ongoing refinement and providing evidence-based practices for organizations to implement.

From 2015 to the present, Scrumban has not only grown in terms of acceptance and use but also in its sophistication as a framework. It has proven itself capable of meeting the demands of a wide array of work environments, from start-ups to large enterprises, and from co-located teams to fully remote ones. As Agile continues to be the go-to approach for many organizations, Scrumban remains a dynamic and adaptable framework, capable of evolving with the needs of its users.