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
"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…"
"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…"
"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…"
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?
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Our events are Free for those who RSVP. We have Evening Meetings in the Western Suburbs, usually on the Third Tuesday. They usually begin at 6:30 pm. A sample agenda would be:
6:30-7:00 pm: Eat & Greet & Network
7:00-8:20 Main Topic/Speaker
8:20-8:30 Q & A , Pack-Up, More Networking
When we meet in Center City, our timeline may adjust (there's a $5 evening rate for Parking near the Municipal Services Building, at 15th & Vine):
6-6:30pm: Eat & Greet with members of multiple usergroups
6:30-8:20pm: AgilePhilly meeting (concurrent with other groups' meetings)
8:20-9pm: Networking with everyone
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