In Scrum, there is a daily meeting of no more than 15 minutes, during which the Developers on a Scrum Team share knowledge, volunteer to help each other, identify dependencies/risks, and agree on next steps for removing roadblocks. A common anti-pattern with the Daily Scrum is for team members to treat it like a status report; the primary desired outcome from a Daily Scrum is team alignment, not project status. An analogous term is the Daily Standup, which is a term for a similar meeting that is part of eXtreme Programming (XP).
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Authored by Philip Rogers
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