Discover where yesterday’s work focus went, what today’s tasks are and which issues block you to accomplish the goals.
The daily stand-up meeting are usually 15-minute standing scrum meeting. The scrum daily standup is a fantastic tool that lets its participants get to work more efficiently.
Everyone approaches the Daily Stand-Up Meeting differently. And that’s okay too. The important thing is that efficiency and the right priorities are always the top priority. The process should be discussed in the meeting. In-depth discussions on content should be avoided.
What will I do today to help the development team meet the sprint goal?
These three questions help the team members to get clarity about what tasks have been completed and what remains to be done. Important: This should be about upcoming tasks and any obstacles that may arise in completing them. The focus of the Daily Stand-Up Meeting is therefore on the last two questions.
The team should quickly identify potential difficulties. This way, the individual is not unnecessarily delayed. Perhaps one of the other participants can simply provide assistance. An example from a stand-up meeting of a marketing team would be: “I have to create a graphic in Adobe Illustrator, but I’m not yet good with the software. Who can help me with that?” In every marketing team, there is someone who can handle the Adobe package well. This is a quick way to get this obstacle out of the way.
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