Monday, September 30, 2002
Morning Roll Call: Issue 101
"During my days running professional engineering services for a Department of Defense consultancy, we used daily "stand-up" meetings during the (harried) proposal preparation process. Here, the idea was to make the meetings as brief as possible (hence the standup part -- no getting comfortable in a big chair). The meetings were designed to quickly keep everyone informed of progress, to highlight any problems, and to provide cross-team collaboration.
"As you'll see from reading David's article (and references on SCRUM), these types of meetings can have very beneficial effects on a development project."
Posted by Jeff Sutherland at 3:03 AM