Thursday, August 31, 2006

Eureka: The Daily Scrum

The daily scrum standing meetings usually consist of talking about what you worked on the day before, what you plan on doing today, and what is stopping you from accomplishing your daily goals? Teams that do not run daily scrum meetings are not taking advantage of the great opportunities of communication and team atmosphere that is created by them.

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1 comment:

James Peckham said...

Try doing it like this:
what did you get "Done" (to potentially shippable) since last scrum meeting?
what will you get "Done" before next scrum meeting?
what is still in your way of getting "Done" what you said you would last scrum meeting?