Scrum is a simple agile management methodology that allows program teams on a project to build products incrementally and flexibly through effective team collaboration.
Scrum forms the foundation for many frameworks and therefore it is important for the agile to understand this methodology.
Short meetings of the Agile team on a regular basis. Their goal is to keep everyone in sync, as well as to ensure transparency in the workflow and thus maintain the efficiency and productivity of the team. Classic stand-up takes 15 minutes and is held daily at the beginning of the working day.
What have you accomplished since the last meeting?
What are your current tasks?
What blockers do you have in your tasks and where the team can help?
Do you see any obstacles that are preventing you or your team from reaching the sprint goal?
Intermediate results of the sprint
The most important thing in a sprint is determining what intermediate result should be obtained. It is good practice to run small races with intermediate results.
On a scale of 1-5, how confident are you that you will complete the objectives for this sprint?
On a scale of 1-5, how confident are you that the rest of the team will complete the objectives for this sprint?
Survey before planning
A short survey in order to quickly update the tasks, as well as effectively take into account the necessary aspects in the sprint.
Are your tasks in Jira or other software up-to-date?
Will you attend the upcoming sprint planning meeting?
Do you have any tasks that should be included in the upcoming week list?
Survey based on sprint’s results
Sprint results are analyzed in retrospect. The survey based on the results of the sprint allows you to understand the mood and attitude of the participants towards it. How well the sprint went and what are the possible alternatives for the development of events in it.
What went well during this sprint?
What went wrong, or did not go as well as expected during the sprint?
What could we change to improve the results next time?