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Daily Scrum

21 Tips to Coordinate Your Team with Stand-Up Meetings and Create a Daily Plan
By: Paul VII
Narrated by: Randal Schaffer
Length: 1 hr and 10 mins
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This class contains proven steps and strategies on how to improve your daily scrum (stand-up) meeting as part of an agile scrum team.

I am sure you will get value from this because it gives you a complete introduction to agile scrum daily stand-ups and walks you step by step through carrying out and improving daily stand-ups in your team or business from the ground up. It also gives you plenty of examples. It tells you exactly how the pros carry out the daily scrum and guides you through some common best practices based on extensive research. In this class you will learn:

  • A brief recap of agile and scrum principles
  • Why the daily scrum is so powerful for co-coordinating, synchronizing, and creating a daily plan for your team
  • How to carry out a daily scrum in your team or business like the pros
  • Concise tips and options for improving your daily scrum and taking it to the next level

So let me help you to learn, improve and master the daily scrum (stand-up meeting)!

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  • 02-15-18

Don't bother

Tips like.... fine team members who are late for the scrum, put a red light on when someone goes off topic, confiscate mobile phones.

I don't know why the author didn't suggest detention and 100 lines!