Story-Focused Standups

A widely accepted agile practice is the daily standup meeting, in which each team member shares:

  • What they have done since the previous standup
  • What they expect to achieve by the next
  • Anything that is getting in their way

Mike Cohn recently examined variations that shed additional light on the progress being made toward completing each user story. I wrote about it for InfoQ, and you can find the story here.

Cheers,

Chris

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