Daily torture

Of all the techniques promoted by agile approaches, none is more abused than the daily stand-up meeting. This 10-minute check-in every day can be derailed by a variety of reasons, from long-winded team members to agenda-less formats. This article identifies facilitation tips to help you get the value a stand-up meeting is designed to produce. In doing so, it describes these tips: use an agenda, don't problem solve, establish ground rules, get to the point and focus on the bottom line.
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