Do you use daily standup meetings?
How standard daily standups are organized Everyone (one-by-one) is asked about: yesterday activities, today activities, blockers.
But this approach has common problem: people are not always listen to others! Because the next person thinks what to say when it’s their turn.
There is a better model - “Walking the Board” Discuss every ticket on the board one-by-one. The person who worked on the ticket says a few words, can raise any problems that are immediately addressed.
Agile Manifesto changed the software development world in 2001.
However it is just a set of principles. This is why it has led to the evolve of many different Agile frameworks that have crystallized and become widespread.
However different frameworks has different focuses:
Lean/Kanban - teaches how to eliminate waste in delivery pipeline Scrum - promotes leadership inside the teams and defines how to deal with constantly appearing changes Extreme Programming (XP) - shows how to build the highest quality software SAFe - enables large organizations to work as many agile teams connected together … They also have different team structures/roles, different prescribed activities, different slang, etc…
Did you know that the Scrum guide was recently updated and translated to many languages?
Worth reading as most of us are working in Scrum-based frameworks. It is just 11 pages of content in large font 😀
English language: 2020-Scrum-Guide-US.pdf All other languages: https://scrumguides.org/download.html