May 5, 2009

Peeking in to a daily standup

We get lots of questions on how to do a proper daily standup works. Well, that can't be said in one simple sentence. There are some companies th...

We get lots of questions on how to do a proper daily standup works. Well, that can't be said in one simple sentence.

There are some companies that practice transparency to a level that only a few do. Hashrocket for example (the tagline is: "No we are not a company that deals hash to junkies in outer space")

They regularly put up videos on Vimeo of how their own agile process works - and I really like them.

If you want to peek into their daily standups, take a look here and here.

Things I especially like about them:

  • Actually the whole company is present there and it is used for announcements too, this really gets everyone in the company on the same level
  • The pass around a Talking Stick to signal who may speak - which is a great way to get the group focused
  • They really go into some technical detail on what they learned when doing their work
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Martin Häcker

I'm a developer working for Agile42 to bring Agilo to the next level.
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Martin Häcker

I'm a developer working for Agile42 to bring Agilo to the next level.

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