The point of a standup meeting is to quickly provide high-level updates across a project team, and to see if all projects are on track.
This sample agenda focuses on answering these four key questions for all who are invited:
Standup meetings can be the heartbeat of your work, keeping everybody in sync, but they can also become a waste of time if they become too detailed, or focused on the wrong things. That’s why it’s good to remember that this team meeting is not a problem-solving meeting. If issues come up during the stand-up that need to be addressed immediately, the relevant team members should huddle afterward to figure out a plan, leaving those uninvolved to move on with their work.