Looking to improve your Daily Scrums (often called the daily stand-up)? Not quite sure what you should be talking about? How do you know you’ve had a good Daily Scrum?
Check out the following posts on how to improve your Daily Scrums:
We have all heard the typical answer to the three Daily Scrum questions… “Yesterday I did (fill in work here), today I will do (fill in work here), no impediments.” Although doing that might be better than doing nothing it all, it’s less than ideal. Goals of the Daily Scrum dives into what a team should be accomplishing in every Daily Scrum to get the most benefit from the meetings.
This post dives into the anti-patterns of the Daily Scrum and what happens a team follows them.
How do you know you’re having good Daily Scrums? Team members often have wildly different expectations of what a good Daily Scrum looks like. This post details a technique to uncover these hidden expectations and help the team improve its Daily Scrums.
Even good teams have bad Daily Scrums every now and then, but what happens if a team has bad Daily Scrums almost every day?