Sizing up a team has many challenges, including managing the flow of standups. Here's a collection of ideas to keep things moving.
Standup is a straightforward scrum practice. But what happens to team dynamics when standup isn’t held at the beginning of the day?
Whether starting a new software project or simply transitioning to agile project management, your team will need to pick a length for upcoming sprints.
In Part 1 of this series, I suggested adding a “deload” period into your agile practices. In Part 2, another suggestion in the same vein: the Stand Down.
Below is a list of tried-and-true segue questions (icebreakers) to get people talking and connecting on software teams or anywhere else.
Many organizations in the software world are moving to asynchronous standups. Here's why that's a bad idea, and why synchronous standups are essential.
Family standup meetings have helped us maintain harmony in our household while keeping our work-from-home and school productivity levels high.
Do them wrong, and Scrum stand up meetings can become an annoying a time-waster. Here are 7 things every team member can do to make them effective.
AO's approach is a bit different than your typical sit-around-the-conference table meeting for a few reasons.