Harnessing the Power of Accountability: How Having a Product Owner at Your Daily Scrum Can Lead to Better Results
Jan 11, 2023
Having a Product Owner participate at Daily Scrum meetings can be an invaluable tool for ensuring Scrum team accountability. However, there are also some drawbacks associated which must be taken into consideration before deciding whether or not it’s worth it. In this article we will explore how having a Product Owner attend Daily Scrums can provide benefits as well as examine any potential drawbacks associated with their presence.
Adding a 4th Question to your Daily Scrum to Identify Risks
Jul 13, 2020
The fourth question in Scrum is used for helping identify early risks in new teams that may not surface through more traditional approaches.
4 Secrets to a Successful Daily Scrum
Dec 3, 2019
One of the most essential Scrum meetings is the daily scrum, also known as the daily standup. It is intended as a quick meeting to synchronize the efforts of the team members to ensure that every team member is aware of how the team as a whole is tracking towards its sprint goal. This post discusses 4 ways you can ensure that your daily scrums are productive.
Adding the Fourth Question to the Daily Standup
Dec 5, 2010
On my first team in 2005, and teams ever since, I have noticed a trend in the Daily Scrum meeting where people will say things they think the other team members want to hear. I found this disturbing as you can imagine, and I found a solution to prevent it.