Get access to +20 Agile videos and webinars totally FREE: CLICK HERE: http://agilevideos.com/my-account/free-member-registration/ A very funny video that shows all the crazy things that could happen during the daily Agile/Scrum stand-up meeting! Watch the dysfunctional version then how the team moves to a functional stand-up! Want more? Watch the full 23 Agile Simulation video series at AgileVideos.com. Your feedback/comments on AgileVideos.com are Very Much appreciated! - Sally
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In our last video we talked about the Agile principle of face to face communication and how most teams have a daily face-to-face meeting (or standup) to help follow this principle. But beyond being face-to-face what are we really trying to accomplish? How should we define success for this daily meeting? If you'd like a free book on this topic, please see below... I've published a book called "Starting Agile" that is designed to help you start your team's Agile journey out right. You can buy a copy from Amazon, but I'm giving free copies away to my subscribers from YouTube. You can signup for a copy at this link: https://mailchi.mp/326ba47ba2e8/agile-list
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The video highlights game based learning approach used in Agile Scrum Master certification training of Simplillearn with the demonstration of a Standup meeting. The course can be found here . Get Agile Scrum Master Certification Training Here - http://www.simplilearn.com/agile-and-scrum/agile-scrum-master-certification-training?utm_campaign=Game-based-learning-agile-scrum-master-7aT95UBuq5A&utm_medium=SC&utm_source=youtube For more updates on courses and tips follow us on: - Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Simplilearn - Twitter: https://twitter.com/simplilearn Get the android app: http://bit.ly/1WlVo4u Get the iOS app: http://apple.co/1HIO5J0
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As part of the Scrum Tapas video series, Professional Scrum Trainer Stephanie Ockerman explores the myth that a Daily Scrum is status meeting. Through her discussion, she dives into several areas as to why it the Daily Scrum is much more than a status meeting and how they differ.
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The first in the series of brief videos on Agile in Practice by the Agile Academy. This video is on Stand-ups, a basic practice used by teams as a daily status report to each other, and for any blockers to the project moving forward to be made visible so they can be removed. For more info please visit http://www.agileacademy.com.au.
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Alexander Tarnowski shares his reflections on the 3 Questions of the Daily Scrum. These three questions are at the inner most feedback loop of a team. Alexanders explains how to use the questions to their full potential and what you can learn about a team just by observing the daily scrum. Visit http://www.crisp.se to find courses, books, products and interesting blogs. Alexander's blog: http://blog.crisp.se/author/alexandertarnowski
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http://tv.ssw.com/daily-scrum-scrum-guide The 'Daily Scrum' definition from the 2013 Scrum Guide in cartoon form. (from the 2013 Scrum Guide) Daily Scrum The Daily Scrum is a 15-minute time-boxed event for the Development Team to synchronize activities and create a plan for the next 24 hours. This is done by inspecting the work since the last Daily Scrum and forecasting the work that could be done before the next one. The Daily Scrum is held at the same time and place each day to reduce complexity. During the meeting, the Development Team members explain: What did I do yesterday that helped the Development Team meet the Sprint Goal? What will I do today to help the Development Team meet the Sprint Goal? Do I see any impediment that prevents me or the Development Team from meeting the Sprint Goal? The Development Team uses the Daily Scrum to inspect progress toward the Sprint Goal and to inspect how progress is trending toward completing the work in the Sprint Backlog. The Daily Scrum optimizes the probability that the Development Team will meet the Sprint Goal. Every day, the Development Team should understand how it intends to work together as a self-organizing team to accomplish the Sprint Goal and create the anticipated Increment by the end of the Sprint. The Development Team or team members often meet immediately after the Daily Scrum for detailed discussions, or to adapt, or replan, the rest of the Sprint's work. The Scrum Master ensures that the Development Team has the meeting, but the Development Team is responsible for conducting the Daily Scrum. The Scrum Master teaches the Development Team to keep the Daily Scrum within the 15-minute time-box. The Scrum Master enforces the rule that only Development Team members participate in the Daily Scrum. Daily Scrums improve communications, eliminate other meetings, identify impediments to development for removal, highlight and promote quick decision-making, and improve the Development Team's level of knowledge. This is a key inspect and adapt meeting. SSW TV Scrum Videos: http://tv.ssw.com/scrum SSW Rules to Better Scrum Using TFS: http://rules.ssw.com.au/Management/RulesToBetterScrumUsingTFS/ SSW TV - http://tv.ssw.com/ SSW - http://www.ssw.com.au/ Like us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/SSW.page Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/SSW_TV Subscribe on YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/sswtechtalks SSW TV would really appreciate it if you could 'like' this video! Thanks!
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5 benefits of having daily stand-up meetings in your project management office. The second task of the day in the Psoda office (making coffee is the first) is the daily stand-up meeting. We spend 15 minutes going round the team discussing the previous day’s achievements, the plans for the day ahead and any issues. As we’re so busy, it’s a great way for us to catch up and find out what everyone is working on. Our stand-up meeting is an “all hands” meeting so it includes everyone from the CEO down and we all get a chance to contribute. What makes these meetings work is that we stick strictly to the 15 minute time limit, so there’s little risk of the meeting veering off course. If anything is raised that needs further discussion, a follow-up conversation is scheduled with only those people who need to be involved. Sticking to the stand-up rule also help keep the meetings short. Meetings are always short if no one gets to sit down and get too comfortable waffling on! We’ve put together a list of five benefits of having daily stand up meetings: 1. We have a lot less meetings. This is because we keep on top of issues and progress thanks to the daily stand-up meeting. 2. We actually find out about problems sooner rather than waiting until the next meeting is available. 3. Which is a flow on effect from number 2, our problems always get resolved faster. If you know about problems early, then that means you can resolve them quickly. And you never know, you may get a solution from someone you’d never expect! 4. It is way easier to measure progress of your team. If you know what they are doing daily then it’s easy to track what they are doing well or not so well. 5. It builds team unity. You will see your team get more and more confident with each other, the more you do your daily stand ups. Which is awesome for boosting team unity. If you’re wondering if quick fire daily stand-up meetings will work in your organisation and result in the same benefits as we have experienced at Psoda, the only way to find out is simply to give it a go. Start by sharing this video with your team and stakeholders so they know what they’re in for and understand what you’re trying to achieve. Then remove the chairs from your meeting room and get the coffee brewing! #standup #meetings #agile
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To boost your Agile team's daily stand-up meetings. It is still important for you to engage in what the rest of the team is doing. If there are no shared goals, you have a group of individuals, not a team. Register Agile Kanban Event- www.hangoutagile.com/events/ Kanban Blog - www.hangoutagile.com/blog/ Business coaching -www.diaame.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/hangoutagile/
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Are you having trouble to have short and focused daily stand-ups? Do they always tend to derail and drag on far beyond the intended 15 minute timebox? Don’t despair! Here’s 7 tips to end your daily standup on time. (Daily Stand-ups are also known as Daily Meetings and Daily Scrum.) 1) Timer 2) Start with an updated board 3) Throw in the rat 4) After-Party 5) Pass a microphone 6) No external interruptions 7) Plank The Rathole Facilitation Technique: http://nomad8.com/rathole_facilitation_retrospective/ MIKE – The Daily Meeting Microphone: http://blog.crisp.se/2013/06/20/jimmyjanlen/mike-the-daily-meeting-microphone Camera, script, graphics and editing: Jimmy Janlén Book: Visualization Examples - https://visualizationexamples.com/ Jimmy Janlén - https://www.crisp.se/konsulter/jimmy-janlen Jimmy's blog - http://blog.crisp.se/author/jimmyjanlen Jimmy on Twitter - https://twitter.com/jimmyjanlen Educational LEGO posters - https://somethingagileleansomething.com/ Crisp - http://www.crisp.se Intro music: Dubstep (Royalty Free Music from http://www.bensound.com)
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Having trouble getting your team to understand the difference between giving a status update and planning during the daily scrum? This video provides an example of how a team conducts a daily scrum as a status meeting. Search for "Construction Work Daily Scrum (The Daily Plan) to see the changes the team makes to do scrum right!
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Understanding Sprint Planning Meeting Sprint Planning meeting helps set the context of the sprint by scoping the product owner goals for a sprint. In Scrum, we have multiple time boxes called Sprints or iterations. In each Sprint bunch of functionalities in the form of stories are implemented to make incremental enhancements to the product under development. The Sprint Planning meeting is the kickoff meeting for each Sprint. This meeting helps set the context of the sprint by scoping the product owner goals for this sprint. It also prescribes the priority for the stories, based on available bandwidth/capacity to meet the goal and deliver the incremental value to the product. --------------------------------------------------------------- Please read full article from the below link to understand it from textual and pictorial explanation. https://agiledigest.com/agile-digest-tutorial/preparing-working-scrum-board-sprint-board/ Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/agiledigest/ Google Plus Page https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/106542924143140085291/106542924143140085291 You tube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/agiledigest
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The second video in this series where we discuss Scrum Development. This video describes the different roles of team members, the different artifacts we should consider and the lists the different meetings. Full Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NYBBrpFKI-Q&list=PLrIm-p2rpV0Ef1hU3sGaz9aQCFnGdv8Jz Reval Govender LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/reval-govender-0ba14860 Twitter: https://twitter.com/RevalGovender My site: http://revgov.co.uk/ 1 - Scrum Training Series - 0:09 2 - Scrum Structure - 0:18 3 - Roles - 0:27 4 - Product Owner - 0:37 5 - Scrum Development Team - 1:03 6 - Scrum Master - 1:37 7 - Artifacts - 2:41 8 - Product Backlog - 2:49 9 - Sprint Backlog - 3:32 10 - Meetings - 3:54
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The daily stand up meeting... from hell! Everything you do not want to do in your daily stand up meeting. Written by Philippe Kruchten (KESL) and acted with all the team at Software Education in Wellington, NZ. Available as an educational tool... something to start a discussion. License: CreativeCommons by-nd. (Ask Philippe [at] Kruchten.com for a high definition file).
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The Daily Scrum Meeting™ focus on self-organized, collaborative teamwork. Using this tool to facilitate team management offers new meaning to the concepts of “inspect” and “adapt” at regular meetings, promotes new thinking and creates a documented record for later analysis of project development in a choice of resolutions. Augment your team’s performances by providing members with the right tool and environment to share their ideas openly, creatively, and in a more collaborative way. Website: https://dailyscrummeeting.com/
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http://tv.ssw.com/daily-scrum-at-microsoft A fascinating look at how the Agile development team at Microsoft do a daily Stand Up. Like what you saw? Have any questions? Please tweet me @AdamCogan and give me feedback @AdamCogan www.adamcogan.com Check out the SSW Rule: Do you have daily stand-up meetings (aka a Scrum)? http://rules.ssw.com.au/Management/RulesToSuccessfulProjects/Pages/DailyStandUpScrum.aspx
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10. Agile Daily Standup - How To Walk the Board (aka Walk the Wall) // Last time we looked at the most common Agile Stand-up model and compared and contrasted it with the "Walk the Board" model. ("Walk the Board" is also known as "Walk the Wall", "Talk to the Card", and "Talk to the Work".) → SUBSCRIBE for a NEW EPISODE every WEDNESDAY: http://www.DevelopmentThatPays.com/-/subscribe This time, we'll be Walking the Board - side to side in 5 minutes or less. LINKS -- Episode 8: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFLgG8cduiI Music: 260809 Funky Nurykabe: ccmixter.org/files/jlbrock44/29186 Last time we looked at two ways of running stand-up: The round-robin yesterday-today-blockers model The Walking the Board model - otherwise known as Walking the Wall, Talking to the Card, Talking to the Work Today we’re going to be Walking the Board - end to end in 5 minutes or less Hi, this Gary. Welcome to Development That pays. Here’s the board we’re going to be walking. Today I’m going to lead stand-up. I’m not the scrum master, I’m not the lead developer… I’m just a Plain Old Developer. (If you watched Episode 8, you’ll know that I’m a big beliver in 'sharing the love' when it comes to stand-up) I get things going by pointing to this card Why do we start at the top right This is a whole discussion in itself… but I’ll give you two short answers for now The first is financial The items to the right of the board are closest to being live. Which means that they are the closest to providing value. (As you know, I’m very keen on the VALUE side of software development) If you’ve come across the concept of net present value, you’ll know that income now beats income later… and income tomorrow beats income next week. If you imagine a board where the features are of roughly equal value, then the items to the right of the board have highest net present value. It’s fitting then that we talk about them first. A second reason for starting at the right it purely practical: We’re going to moving the cards across the board from left to right. By starting at the right, we create space for the cards to move into Where were we Oh yes, I’m standing at the board pointing at this card. It’s assigned to Development Dave - our fearless leader. He’s in charge of releasing this week. He says that this card, and indeed all of the cards in this column, will be released today. Excellent news. We’re done with the release column, so I move on and point to only card in the Test column. The card is assigned to Tim. He reports that he’s having trouble a bit of trouble with it. Kevin - the developer who did the work on the ticket - asks what the problem is. Before we know it, Tim and Kevin are involved in a deep discussion about the card. Stand-up is not a place for deep discussions. The team comes to the rescue. One by one they raise an arm in the air. Tim and Kevin get the message… and agree to take the discussion offline. (In plain english, this means that they are going to have a chat about it after standup.) We’re done with the Test column, so over to the Development column. I point to the card here at the top Fiona is assigned to this one. She says that she finished it yeserday and it’s now ready for test. 'Excellent', I say. And I move the ticket over to the Test column. I’m going to freeze it right there... Because something important just happened. Fiona completed the task yesterday, but she didn’t move the ticket on the board. Perhaps she forgot to move it. Perhaps she couldn’t be bothered to move it. But what if she didn’t move it on purpose What if she wanted to wait until stand-up to move the card How interesting. It’s actually quite satisfying to move a card across the board; And it’s easy to see that is could be even more satisfying to move the card across the board in front of the entire team. You might argue that the Board should be up to date at all times. that Fiona should have moved the card yesterday. But that would have robbed Fiona of her moment of glory. And that, in my opinion, would have been a mistake. I’m all for moments of glory. Next card is this one. It’s Dave’s. He reports that he’s just started, but so far it seems to be going well. Good enough for me. The next card is Kevin’s. More good news - he completed the work just before stand-up. He moves the card over to the Test column Hold on just one minute. He moved the card ! Isn’t that supposed to me my job After all, I’m leading stand-up today. Not at all. If moving a card is a moment of glory, then walking up ro the board and moving the card can only add to the experience. As the person running the standup., I’m happy to move the cards around. But I’m even happi https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=316qdj10j9M https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_3VIC8u1UV8
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This module covers the second and most frequent meeting in the Scrum cycle. Subtopics include effective use of the taskboard, team self organization, how to incorporate varying skills on one team, the role of the ScrumMaster during Sprint Execution, pros and cons of involving the Product Owner each day, the three questions, and keeping the meeting short. The module briefly touches on the Agile engineering practices of Test Driven Development (TDD), pair programming, refactoring, and continuous integration.
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Geekbot is a bot integration for slack that will help you have asynchronous stand up meetings inside slack. Remote teams don’t work in the same time zones. This means that team members need to have meetings at different times. Say goodbye to those long and tedious stand up meetings and discover the benefits of fast and on point asynchronous meetings with geekbot! Visit the website: https://geekbot.io
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http://tv.ssw.com/daily-scrum-at-microsoft Everybody knows the 3 essential questions.... lets go well beyond that. See the TFS Agile Team do a Daily Scrum What did they do right? ...and wrong? What do you do better? Please tweet me @AdamCogan and give me feedback @AdamCogan www.adamcogan.com Based on tips from the SSW Rule: Do you have daily stand-up meetings (aka a Scrum)? http://rules.ssw.com.au/Management/RulesToSuccessfulProjects/Pages/DailyStandUpScrum.aspx
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Daily scrum meeting (aka 15 minute standup meeting). The daily scrum meeting is a short everyday meeting, ideally during start of the working day. Scrum meeting best practices master the daily stand up sprintly. We stand up to keep the meeting short daily is a organization that held daily, originating from agile development methodologies, and strong ritual particularly jul 23, 2014 couple of days back, team member different scrum was complaining in scrums mar 2, 2016 meeting, aka up, 15 minute makes teams more effective, productive, & efficient organized on basis present status update all team's members. Googleusercontent search. The discomfort of standing for long periods is intended to keep the meetings short common format stand up always felt a bit odd me. Mistakes during the daily stand up meeting scrum alliance. What is daily stand up meeting? Definition from whatis. Adam standup report your daily stand up meeting. It can even lead to some undesired effects. Effective or a total waste of time? . Daily scrum meeting daily stand up international extreme programmingagile, data, apis the mountain goat software. Best of all, it's free! Stand up meeting wikipedia3 tips for effective stand meetings blossom. This semi real time status daily scrum meeting stand up. Things not to do during daily stand up meetings techbeacon. In this post i'd like to share a few stand up feb 21, 2016 the daily meeting (also known as 'daily scrum', huddle', 'morning roll call', etc. A manager with a task list at hand checks the general progress if programmer stands up and says, 'today, i will finish data storage module,' everyone knows that in tomorrow's meeting, he say whether or not techniques for implementing stand meetings on your project meeting can be two punch office hack easily encourages healthier habits improves productivity. Team building benefits of stand up meetings 6q. Use these 10 tips for stand up success online tutorial with an example daily scrum meeting conducted by a team of cartoon characters. What is a stand up meeting? Definition from techopedia. Each team member at a typical project meeting most attendees do not contribute, but attend just to hear the outcome. Stand up meeting wikipedia stand wikipedia en. Stand up meeting wikipedia3 tips for effective stand meetings blossom. How do you run them, measure them and get the best benefits? We explain this & more nov 21, 2012 'stand up' meetings are growing in popularity but what they? I'll term means, convince why should try may 31, 2016 stand up meeting is commonly associated with agile methodologies, recent times, we starting to see 'theory' behind conduct your daily standup online at report, it cuts down hours of lengthy increases work efficiency. What is a 'stand up meeting'? (and why you should try them the stand meeting. A large amount of developer time is wasted to gain a trivial feb 21, 2015 please raise your hand if you've ever found yourself in boring status meeting. Is simple to describ
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In Scrum, on each day of a sprint, the team holds a daily scrum meeting called the "daily scrum.” Meetings are typically held in the same location and at the same time each day. Ideally, a daily scrum meeting is held in the morning, as it helps set the context for the coming day's work. Certified ScrumMaster® (CSM) Certification Training: https://www.simplilearn.com/agile-and-scrum/csm-certification-training?utm_campaign=Scrum-Meeting-nTtru5CfwbM&utm_medium=SC&utm_source=youtube Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) is a designation offered by Scrum Alliance to practitioners who have successfully completed a CSM course and demonstrate their understanding through the CSM test. A CSM performs the following functions: 1. Aids project teams in using Scrum effectively 2. Provides expertise above that of a typical Project Manager 3. Acts as a ‘servant leader’ and helps the team work together and learn framework 4. Protects the team from internal and external distractions Simplilearn's CSM training program includes classroom training. It is the ideal course package for every aspiring professional who wants to make a career in Project Management. The CSM course is focused on providing an improved understanding of Scrum methodologies and their implementation. Who should do this course? The following categories of professionals can take the ‘Certified ScrumMaster Training’ and obtain the certification: 1. Members of Scrum teams such as developers, ScrumMasters, and product owners 2. Managers of Scrum teams 3. Teams transitioning to Scrum 4. Professionals intending to pursue the Professional ScrumMaster certification For more updates on courses and tips follow us on: - Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Simplilearn - Twitter: https://twitter.com/simplilearn Get the android app: http://bit.ly/1WlVo4u Get the iOS app: http://apple.co/1HIO5J0
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Using stand ups for retrospectives
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Communication is key when working with remote software teams. Learn how to do it correctly. http://www.SourceSeek.com --- Get matched with proven software teams for your next project. The stand-up meeting is a critical piece of the agile teamwork. The fast-paced, low-overhead stand-up meeting style helps to keep a team agile by reducing overhead and minimizing the time spent on meetings. A good standup-meeting gives everyone a chance to provide a quick status and address any obstacles they may have encountered, but is limited to those topics to keep the meeting short and sweet. When working with an offshore software development team, we need to rethink the way we handle stand-up meetings to make it work in a distributed project. Many clients try to have the whole team, both offshore and domestic, conduct a virtual meeting where everyone gets together in a video conference. This can work, and does for some teams, but if your team is 8 timezones away it becomes more difficult, less efficient, and definitely less agile. Dave's simple way to handle this is to have two stand-up meetings, one for each location, and then elect one person to act as liaison between the teams. This approach allows both teams to have the standup meeting on their own schedule, at a convenient time, so that they can get that efficiency and speed that a good stand-up meeting needs. The liaison from each side will sure that everyone across the entire team is made aware of everyone's progress and issues, if any. After each standup meeting, the liaisons send a daily meeting report sent every day by the liaison of each team. With a little effort, the entire team can been kept aware of what everyone is doing at all times. One shortcoming of this technique is that it doesn't provide that critical face-time for the entire team. An in-person meeting, or even a video conference, is a great team building technique and is important to keep a team acting as a true team. This is easily overcome, however, by scheduling occasional 'all hands' video meetings where everyone can chat and catch up. SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR MORE OUTSOURCING VIDEO TIPS AND NEWS! https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=sourceseek LET'S CONNECT! Google+ ► http://google.com/+Sourceseek Facebook ► http://facebook.com/SourceSeek Twitter ► http://twitter.com/SourceSeek Linkedin ► https://www.linkedin.com/company/sourceseek Pinterest ► http://www.pinterest.com/SourceSeek SourceSeek ► http://www.sourceseek.com
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This module covers the hidden fifth meeting that's essential to success at Scrum and other Agile approaches. Subtopics include how to recognize well-formed Product Backlog Items (PBIs), a team effort estimation game, decomposition of large PBIs (e.g. "epics") into smaller ones (e.g. "user stories"), acceptance criteria, definition of done, Product Backlog prioritization, and team self organization. This is an interactive, scenario based module. The learner observes a simulated team and is prompted to help them as they face various challenges. See the entire series! http://www.collab.net/ScrumTrainingSeries INVEST by Bill Wake http://xp123.com/articles/invest-in-good-stories-and-smart-tasks/ Definition of Done http://blogs.collab.net/agile/2008/10/14/suggested-topics-for-definition-of-d... Agile Manifesto http://AgileManifesto.org For the full quality, interactive version of this video, see: http://www.collab.net/ScrumTrainingSeries Find a Scrum class in your city: http://www.collab.net/services/training/agile Scrum Reference Card: http://www.collab.net/sites/default/files/uploads/CollabNet_scrumreferencecard.pdf Example ScrumMaster's Checklist: http://www.collab.net/sites/default/files/uploads/ScrumMaster_Checklist.pdf
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Don't do this in Scrum Daily Standup : ------------------------------------- Prerequisite: You are using scrum agile methodology for your product development. 1. Don't spend more than 15 minutes for standup, time box it. 2. Don't arrive late for the standup meeting.you might screw up others time. 3. Don't change the stand up timing often, be consistent.No matter what. 4. Don't give more details during the stand up, just be CLEAR and CRISP for these 3 questions. a. What have you done since the last meeting to help the team meet its sprint goal? b. What will you do today? c. What's blocking your progress? 5. Don’t randomly switch between present and past (and the far future). 6. Don't sit during the daily stand up meeting. 7. Don't interrupt.if you have a question,you could ask after the standup or once the person completes the status. 8. Don't prepare for your turn, listen to the team members, thats the goal of standup. 9. Don't lead the stand up meeting, everyone is responsible.[team] 10. Don’t go into detailed discussion. Meet afterwards if you want to discuss further.[After Daily] 11. Don’t ramble on about personal issues, or complaints about how other teams block your progress. 12. Don’t address only the authoritative figures in the room, e.g. scrum master or manager. 13. Don't move the card whenever you feel like,everyone should be aware.so better to move the card in the standup. 14. Don’t solve problems in ‘the daily’ meeting. 15. Don't discuss tasks that don't serve the sprint goal. 16. Don’t hide issues, be open and share with the team.it might be a problem later. 17. It's not for micromanagement, not only for scrum master, not a planning meeting, not for technical discussion. 18. Do not held the daily standup meeting far from the location, it would be nice to have the meeting in work area next to the task board. 19. Don't hide the learnings/improvements, share with the team members, it will help the team to grow. 20. Don't need to wait for scrum master, product owner, manager, or any team member. Thank you, All the Best , Like / Subscribe.
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Is having standup enough to be Agile ? Some of my clients in our initial interview tell me that they are already Agile, because they are having daily standups. Is that enough ? What does it mean do be truly agile ? I am Anatoly Spektor, I have 10 years experience in IT and about 8 in the field of Agile. I am happy to help your organization move through an agile transformation, schedule free consultation: http://defineagile.com
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Learn More at OpenView Labs: http://labs.openviewpartners.com/scrum-process-and-resource-guide/ What is the purpose of the Scrum daily meeting? Jeff Sutherland, CEO of Scrum, Inc. and Senior Advisor to OpenView Venture Partners, discusses the basics of the Scrum daily meetings and explains why they are critical to increasing productivity.
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This is a video from a standup meeting during the Open Space Software Development track at the Agile Lean Europe conference 2012 in Barcelona. You can find more about this experimental activity here: http://ale2012.alenetwork.eu/os-sw-dev/
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Welcome to my Power of 3 series. Here’s how it works: In 3 minutes I’ll give you 3 tips on how to hold better daily scrums (also known as stand-up meetings or daily planning meetings). You can use these tips to maintain focus, increase openness and honesty, and lay a solid foundation for the rest of the working day: Cover board items from right to left Encourage honesty and openness Continue offering and asking for help Learn more about daily scrum meetings on my blog: https://georgfasching.com/three-tips-for-better-daily-scrum-meetings/ Thanks for watching! To learn how to take your team from now to wow, keep watching videos on this channel and check out articles at http://www.georgfasching.com . When you’re ready to intensify your learning, check out my Team Dynamics Course online: https://geofas.me/TDC-Online
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Agile Daily Scrum Best Practices Do You Want To Improve Daily Scrum Meeting Yesterday: What did you work on since the last Scrum? Today: What will you be working on till the next Scrum? I have obstacle: What impediments are you facing? Everyone stands... Except when someone has a physical condition that prevents him/her from doing so. No discussions in the meeting. Each person just provides his/her update to the team.Discussions are to be taken up after the meeting. Time box. The meeting duration is 15 minutes... max. Concise crisp updates. Each person should stick to the questions above. Updates should be short and focused on the task at hand. For the team. This meeting is for the team. Everyone on the team should attend. Everyone else senior management, etc can attend, but should be mere spectators. The meeting is not mandatory for the Product Owner. He can attend if he wants to, but should resist the temptation to jump in to provide clarifications. Do You Want To Improve Daily Scrum Meeting Agile Daily Scrum Best Practices
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This module covers the first official meeting in the Scrum cycle. Subtopics include the difference between the Product Backlog vs. the Sprint Backlog, how to break PBIs into Sprint Tasks, timeboxing, what is a "potentially shippable product increment," definition of done, planning for testing within a Sprint, limiting Work In Progress (WIP), team volunteerism, and commitment-based planning. This interactive module continues the scenario introduced by the previous module, placing the learner in the action. For the full quality, interactive version of this video, see: http://www.collab.net/ScrumTrainingSeries Find a Scrum class in your city: http://www.collab.net/services/training/agile Scrum Reference Card: http://www.collab.net/sites/default/files/uploads/CollabNet_scrumreferencecard.pdf Example ScrumMaster's Checklist: http://www.collab.net/sites/default/files/uploads/ScrumMaster_Checklist.pdf
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Comment tirer le maximum de valeur du Stand-Up ? Ce quatorzième épisode de Scrum Life fait suite au précédent pour cette fois parler de comment optimiser le Stand-Up Meeting. Scrum Life #13 à propos des mauvais usages du Daily Stand-Up : https://youtu.be/15HptOFGavA Scrum Life #1 et #2 à propos du Burn-Down Chart : https://youtu.be/kicIINwuPuI https://youtu.be/-u1jn52M350 Pour entrer en contact avec Alexandre Quach : - http://quach.fr - Twitter : https://twitter.com/alexandrequach - LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexandrequach/ Suivez-moi et contactez-moi sur les réseaux sociaux et sur mon blog ! - https://jp-lambert.me - Twitter : https://twitter.com/jpierrelambert - Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/jpierrelambert/ - LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/in/jp-lambert/ - Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/jplfanclub Remerciements à Edvin Candon pour le générique et merci à tous les abonnés ! Bientôt 300 abonnés ! 🎟️🎟️🎟️
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Scrum Agile Methodology - A very short introduction. Scrum is one of the most popular agile software development methodologies. It is a process where software is delivered in time boxed iterations. These iterations are known as Sprint. Scrum focuses on the highest business value software features, in each sprint. That means Scrum team will be always working on value based features. Roles in Scrum There are three roles in Scrum and they are  Product Owner  Scrum Team  Scrum Master Scrum Workflow [a] Product owner maintains the product backlog, a place holder for high level requirements to be implemented. They will be maintained in the order of priority. [b] At the start of the sprint, the Scrum team will pick the top high priority features, from the product backlog for implementation. This activity is known as Sprint planning and it happens during the start of each sprint. [c] Once the features for the Sprint are finalized, as a part of sprint planning, team will focus on the design and implementation of it. Team will participate in daily stand-up meetings where they will share their progress with the peers. The team will also be closely interacting with the business during the development phase. [d] At the end of a sprint, team will demo the new features to the stakeholders. They also conduct sprint review as a part of retrospective review of their work and take steps for process improvements. The objective is to constantly improve and deliver quality product to the business. Roles vs Responsibility  Scrum Team : It is a team of varying skills consisting of developers, architects, testers etc. They will have the responsibility of transforming the business requirements into software.  Product Owner: They are the business representatives, responsible for documenting and prioritizing the product requirement. This prioritized list is known as product backlog.  Scrum Master: As a facilitator, scrum master will help to remove any road blocks faced by the Scrum team. The scrum master ensures that scrum practices are followed by the team. Please note that Scrum Master role is NOT that of a Project Manager. Scrum Activities  Sprint Planning Meeting : This happens at the start of each sprint. The objective is to identify the high prioritized features, from the product backlog, that can be implemented in the forthcoming sprint.  Sprint Review: This happens at the end of each sprint. Team will conduct demos to showcase new product features implemented as a part of the sprint. The team will consolidate the lessons learned for process improvements.  Daily Stand up Meetings: Please not that Stand up meeting is not a status meeting. It is a peer-to-peer communication meeting covering the following. 1. What did you provide or learn yesterday that the team needs to know about? 2. What do you hope to accomplish today and whom do you need to collaborate with to get that done? 3. What's preventing you from doing your best professional work. Scrum Monitoring Product Backlog: It Contains the list of up-to-date, prioritized pending business requirements. Sprint Backlog: It contains the list of requirements planned for a sprint and its status. Scrum Certifications:  Certified Scrum Master.  Certified Scrum Product Owner.  PMI Agile Certified Practitioner.
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The fourth video in this series where we discuss Scrum Development. This video describes what a Sprint Planning Meeting is. The roles of team members in the meeting and what should be discussed here. Full Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NYBBrpFKI-Q&list=PLrIm-p2rpV0Ef1hU3sGaz9aQCFnGdv8Jz My site: http://revgov.co.uk/ Reval Govender LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/reval-govender-0ba14860 Twitter: https://twitter.com/RevalGovender 1 - Scrum Training Series - 0:08 2 - Sprint Planning Overview - 0:19 3 - A Two Part Meeting - 1:15 4 - Part 1 – Moving P.B.I’s - 1:43 5 - Part 2 – Creating Sprint Tasks - 3:05 6 - Finishing Up - 4:12
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The Sprint Planning Meeting is held with the objective of selecting the set of Product Backlog items which are to be delivered during the current Sprint. It is attended by the Product Owner, the Scrum Master, and the entire Scrum Team. It is one of the four ceremonies conducted in Scrum. In this video, we are going to explain you the Sprint Planning Meeting in detail. Watch the video to understand the concept and feel free to ask doubts in the comment section. Visit our website https://www.knowledgehut.com/ to chose from more than 200 professional courses, including CSM, PSM, CSPO and many more.
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Let Brad Pitt set you up for Daily Standup Success with these Five Golden Rules. They are: 1. You Must Do Standup. 2. You. Must. Do. Standup! 3. Same time every day. 4. Keep it short. 5. You have to stand. CREDITS: TM & © Fox (1999) Courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation Cast: Edward Norton, Brad Pitt Director: David Fincher Producers: Ross Grayson Bell, John S. Dorsey, Arnon Milchan, Cen Chaffin, Art Linson Screenwriters: Chuck Palahniuk, Jim Uhls → SUBSCRIBE for a NEW EPISODE every WEDNESDAY: http://www.DevelopmentThatPays.com/-/subscribe ------------------- 117. Daily Standup - Five Rules in the Style of Fight Club Gentlemen Welcome to standup First Rule of Standup You must do Daily Standup Second Rule of Standup You Must Do Standup Third Rule of Standup Same time every day Fourth Rule of Standup [Keep it short!] Fifth Rule of Standup If you’re going to do Standup You have to stand. My name is Gary Straughan Welcome to this Celebrity edition of Development That Pays My thanks you young Bradley for that stirring performance. What you’ve just heard are my five golder rules for Standup success. Let’s run through them. First Rule of Standup You must do daily Standup Yes that can be inconveneient. Yes, they can get in the way Yes you can be tempted to skip them from time to time. Which brings me to the second rule Then Second Rule of Standup You Must Do Standup! Third Rule of Standup Same time every day. 10 am is a popular choice. Fourth Rule of Standup Keep it short. 15 minutes at the absolute maximum And finally the Fifth Rule of Standup I’m sorry about this one. If you’re going to do standup You really do have to stand. Beng up on their pins will keep everyone focused on the Standup Which will help to keep it short Which means you’ll be back in your big comformtable chair In 15 minutes or less. Two questions for you Which the 5 rules do you like the best Let me know in the comments below And I’m curious: what’s your number one rule for Standup success Again, let me know in the comments below. Don’t keep this video to yourself. Share it with your team… and with other teams. And who do you know that could benefit from watching this video If you enjoyed this video, please click to like, Share it with your team And hiit the logo to subscribe For a new video each and every Wednesday. Cheers for now. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ea9D81G2_80
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Download here: https://www.infodiagram.com/diagrams/scrum-knowhow-presentation-template-ppt-diagrams.html?cp=camp5 Hints for running effective Scrum meetings in agile project management approach. Illustrations of 5 types of Scrum meetings: Sprint planning, Daily stand up, Retrospective meeting, Backlog grooming and Spring Review meeting. Who should participate, what should be the focus... Comments are welcome!
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