Differences Between the Different Frameworks / Approaches

Many practitioners find a statement of clear differences between approaches useful.  This page lists a summary of differences as well as links to articles that provide more information on them. Obviously the creators of this page are biased, but we are trying to present this in as factual a manner as possible. If you believe that we’ve misrepresented any of the approaches please let us know – either publicly as a comment on this page or privately via email or Linkedin messaging.

Mindsets

Responsibility and systems-thinking

What happens when people don’t adopt a framework properly? Some frameworks just attribute this failure to the practitioners (usually management). While the people adopting a framework or approach bear ultimate responsibility, different frameworks attend to how people adopt them quite differently.

Here are some links that will help you better understand this dilemma: