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At2012 chennai stand_upmeetingantipatterns_sunilm

  1. 1. Stand Up Meeting Anti Patterns Sunil Mundra Principal Consultant, ThoughtWorks 20th October, 2012
  2. 2. What Is A Stand Up Meeting?05/05/09 www.agiletour.com
  3. 3. Why Stand Up?• Keep Them Short• Maintain Alertness• Minimize Distractions05/05/09 www.agiletour.com
  4. 4. Goals Of Stand Up Meeting05/05/09 www.agiletour.com
  5. 5. Goals Of Stand Up Meeting Reflect Daily on Progress of Sprint Goals05/05/09 www.agiletour.com
  6. 6. Goals Of Stand Up Meeting Identify and Mitigate Issues and Risks05/05/09 www.agiletour.com
  7. 7. Goals Of Stand Up Meeting Foster Collaboration and Team Spirit05/05/09 www.agiletour.com
  8. 8. Anti Patterns05/05/09 www.agiletour.com
  9. 9. Anti Pattern Categories• Symptomatic• Deviant Behaviours• Practices05/05/09 www.agiletour.com
  10. 10. Symptomatic Anti Patterns05/05/09 www.agiletour.com
  11. 11. SymptomaticAnti Pattern: Risks/Issues Not IdentifiedInference: Blaming Culture InactionSolution: Tracking, through Improvement Board05/05/09 www.agiletour.com
  12. 12. SymptomaticAnti Pattern: Directed MeetingInference: Team Not Self Organized Command & Control MindsetSolution: Empower Team To Run Meeting05/05/09 www.agiletour.com
  13. 13. SymptomaticAnti Pattern: Status Update/Review UndertoneInference: Meeting Is For The ‘Manager’ Focus on Tasks, Not ValueSolution: Value Driven and Team Based Metrics05/05/09 www.agiletour.com
  14. 14. Deviant Behaviour Anti Patterns05/05/09 www.agiletour.com
  15. 15. Deviant BehaviourAnti Pattern: Being LateImplication: Disruption Loss of ContextSolution: Non-Humiliating Penalty05/05/09 www.agiletour.com
  16. 16. Deviant BehaviourAnti Pattern: StorytellingImplication: Loss Of Rhythm Tuning OutSolution: ‘Take It Offline’05/05/09 www.agiletour.com
  17. 17. Deviant BehaviourAnti Pattern: Side ConversationsImplication: Distraction Loss of ContextSolution: Use of Token, with Discipline05/05/09 www.agiletour.com
  18. 18. Practice Anti Patterns05/05/09 www.agiletour.com
  19. 19. PracticeAnti Pattern: Away From Story WallImplication: Loss of Context Loss of Focus on ProgressSolution: Meet Around Story Wall05/05/09 www.agiletour.com
  20. 20. Practice Anti Pattern: Excluding Team Members Implication: ‘Us vs. Them’ Feeling Dependencies Missed Out Solution: Include ‘All’ Team Members05/05/09 www.agiletour.com
  21. 21. PracticeAnti Pattern: Allowing ‘Chickens’ To SpeakImplication: Interruptions Side TrackingSolution: ‘Chickens’ To Be Observers Only05/05/09 www.agiletour.com
  22. 22. Points To Ponder05/05/09 www.agiletour.com
  23. 23. Points To Ponder• Are They Effective?• Are Energy Levels High?• Are Anti Patterns Identified and Mitigated?05/05/09 www.agiletour.com
  24. 24. QUESTIONS? www.agiletour.org
  25. 25. THANK YOU! www.agiletour.org

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