Why you shouldn’t skip Scrum meetings

ScrumGovWeb Works offers insight to the various meeting types prescribed in Scrum, and why they are important.

While Scrum meetings can seem tedious or time-consuming, they minimize obstacles and empower teams when conducted properly. For example, there is value in pausing for a retrospective meeting at the end of a Sprint:

“It’s common for developers and testers to be heads-down working through their assignments during the Sprint with blocks removed speedily, which is just what you want as a client stakeholder. However, with each Sprint it is invaluable to pause and consider what might have caused any issues and whether proactive measures could prevent them from recurring. The only thing better than resolving an issue quickly, is to not encounter it again in the future.”

Read the full article: How to get the most out of Scrum meetings | GovWeb Works

2017-04-23T23:02:27-08:00 March 22nd, 2017|Categories: Agile government|Tags: , |

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