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Get Up! Stand Up!

Patterns for effective Stand Up meetings.

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Get Up! Stand Up!

  1. Get Up! Stand Up! Patterns for effective Stand Up Meetings Oleksandr Lutsaievskyi, Agile Coach
  2. Part of EPAM’s Agile CC Helping the teams to be better Email: Org AgileCC
  3. Antipatterns Goals Environment Agenda Order Time management Tools Practices
  4. So, what is a Stand Up? “..a 15-minute timeboxed event … to synchronize activities and create a plan for the next day.”
  5. Or a meeting to report to the leader?
  6. Or a long problem-solving meeting?
  7. Or a total chaos?
  8. How to keep it effective? Good Start Improvement Focus Team Status
  9. Gives energy, not takes it Good Start Improvement Focus Team Status
  10. “The purpose is not to meet... it is to improve.” Joe Ely, "More on Daily Start-Up Meetings" Good Start Improvement Focus Team Status
  11. “Focus on the baton, not the runners” Larman and Vodde Good Start Improvement Focus Team Status
  12. Working together is the best team building. Good Start Improvement Focus Team Status
  13. Good Start Improvement Focus Team Status One team – one shared understanding.
  14. What Practices can help us?
  15. Stand Up be ready to act quickly! …or Tea Ritual calm down, bro and enjoy the tea
  16. Share yesterday today obstacles …or walk the board
  17. Use Visual Boards consider having Stand Up where the work happens Scrum Task Board Sprint Burndown
  18. Kaizen Newspaper Gather issues during Stand Up Process issues after it To solve by Scrum Team Impediment check-in To solve by Product Owner To solve by 3rd party
  19. Who talks when? Talking by volunteer Pass the Token Round Robin Take a Card
  20. Same Place, Same Time Do not wait. Do not repeat. People are always late? Why? Enough time before meeting? Fines are only team’s decision. John || Jack |||| Jim ||
  21. Signal the Start
  22. Start the day with Stand Up Do not start the day with Stand Up Focus and awareness Plan for a day Energize Work starts earlier A small deadline to get things done
  23. Large team? Option #1: Scrum of Scrums Option #2: Fishbowl Stand Up Option #3: Walk the Board
  24. Reporting to the Leader or Sharing to Each Other? Keeps everyone on point to discuss tactics Records and parks blockers and non-tactics issues Shares own status Rotate the Facilitator!
  25. Managing the Time Fifteen minutes or less No interruptions Signal the end to keep the energy level high
  26. Next steps Bring problems about Stand Up to your retro. ? Propose to try new patterns. ? Use the power of Agile CC Email: ORG AgileCC ?
  27. Questions? o.lutsaievskyi
  28. References Large list of patterns by Jason Yip ndingUp.html Core practices by Bill Hoberecht Walk the Board by Fabio Pereira -the-wall-stand-up-meeting/