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In a rapidly changing environment, daily stand-up meeting is important to distribute relevant information and to make quick decisions. According to the scrum guide, daily scrum is a 15-minutes event for the development of the team. We can say that, the stand up is a 15 minute daily meeting with aim to plan what will be done in the next 24 hours. Let’s find out more about daily stand up meeting!
Daily Stand Up Questions
If you are familiar with stand ups, then you probably already know that the 3 daily stand up questions.
• What did you do yesterday?
• What will you do today?
• Anything blocking your progress?
The purpose of these questions may seem straightforward, to get the team on the same page in terms of who completed specific tasks and to get the team a clear picture of if they are on track to complete the sprint goal.
What is the purpose of daily standup meeting?
The purpose of a daily stand up meeting is to learn the current progress of every team member. Daily stand up meetings align team members around company goals and let them address any short-term challenges that prevent team members from effectively performing their sprint tasks.
Characteristics of Daily Stand Up Meeting
It usually happens at the same time, place, participants and agenda. There is no invitation required. Every participants talks in accordance with the turn. If there is something that needs further discussion, it can be continued in separated meeting after this daily stand up meeting is completed.