I find I am less likely to execute a 15-minute stand-up meeting with myself in the morning if I’d rather be lying in bed because I am tired.
Solution: commit to getting a decent amount of sleep every night. It starts with going to bed at a consistently decent time.
This is what I am working on.
The following are my notes from a Scrum Alliance article – its title is that of this post.
By Bachan Anand, CSM, CSP, he shares ways to tune the scrum / daily stand-up meeting. Building up to a very neat table, he outlines how to run the scrum of a high-performance team in terms of self-organization, focus, collaboration, rhythm, courage, and respect. My favorite example is a solution for one particular self-organization issue, where team members share status as if reporting to managers (ScrumMaster and Product Owner), instead of sharing status with their fellow pigs.
Each time a pig looks at a chicken during the scrum, the chicken should look at his/her shoes.