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The daily stand-up meeting isn't for everyone, but it can be an effective way to build transparency and teamwork
As a startup guy, my world is full of buzzwords. We’re disrupting a space, have pivoted, got our minimum valuable product (MVP) out to our total addressable market (TAM) and even had a ‘.ai’ domain name. Undoubtedly, one of my ‘favorites’ is ‘team alignment’.
A good workflow tool creates clear paths for team members to complete regularly occurring tasks and projects. It allows teams to stay coordinated, eliminate bottlenecks in information or approvals, and avoid cross-communication and confusion.
Agile scrum meetings form part of an invaluable framework and source of communicating information and collecting constructive feedback from various teams, especially the development team, and help keep the team aligned and focused on defined sprint goals.