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Daily Scrum: The Daily Scrum is defined by Ken Schwaber as a short status meeting held daily during which the team members review their work, progress, and impediments to the Scrum Master for removal. Scrum Meetings are time boxed at 15 minutes.

Daily Scrum Questions: During each Daily Scrum the Scrum Master askes each member of the team the following questions:

  • · “What have you done since the last
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    Example of Daily Scrum on a student game development team.

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  • · “What do you plan to do between now and the next Daily Scrum?”
  • · “Are there any blockers that stand in your way?”

Examples of usage:

  • · If I miss the Daily Scrum I won’t know what’s going on with the project.”
  • · “Don’t be late for the Daily Scrum!”

Sources:

  • · Agile Project Management with Scrum by Ken Schwaber

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