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How do you make your standups effective

Started this discussion. Last reply by John Voris Sep 20, 2011. 5 Replies

I was curious the techniques that people have done to make the standups more effective.  I have seen doing standups everyday some people are not as engaged as they should be.  Any thoughts out there…Continue

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John Voris replied to Jay Kalbach's discussion How do you make your standups effective
"And Martin Fowler posted this about Stand-ups just last month http://martinfowler.com/articles/itsNotJustStandingUp.html I like the idea of the Improvement Board, but I could see where that would be a Futures-Wishlist is not policed and acted…"
Sep 20, 2011
Ravindar Gujral replied to Jay Kalbach's discussion How do you make your standups effective
"Yeah, Jay let us know. Andre is probably going to share slides with you :)"
Sep 15, 2011
D. André Dhondt replied to Jay Kalbach's discussion How do you make your standups effective
"Ravi and I have a few slides on this topic that we could use for the "Intro to Agile" section of the upcoming event--Wed the 14th at Devry--are you going to be there? Just as a teaser, our slides point out how a stand-up needs to be about…"
Sep 12, 2011
Jay Kalbach replied to Jay Kalbach's discussion How do you make your standups effective
"I really like the idea of changing the questions to keep people thinking.    The status updates thing does seem to happen organically.  While a status on what they did is important, I am more interested in are they on target and what…"
Sep 12, 2011
D. André Dhondt replied to Jay Kalbach's discussion How do you make your standups effective
"Change the format, regularly. Avoid status updates--use a story wall or a big visible version of your electronic tracking system (projected on the wall, or on a large monitor) to communicate status instead.  Then focus on what decisions need to…"
Sep 10, 2011
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How do you make your standups effective

I was curious the techniques that people have done to make the standups more effective.  I have seen doing standups everyday some people are not as engaged as they should be.  Any thoughts out there to help make them effective everyday?
Aug 31, 2011
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