• Hold the Daily Scrum in the same place at the same time every work day. The best time for the meeting is first thing in the day so that Team members think about what they did the day before and what they
    plan to do today.
    •All Team members are required to attend. If for some reason a Team member can’t attend in person, the absent member must either attend by telephone or by having another Team member report on their status.
    •Team members must be prompt. The Scrum Master starts the meeting at the appointed time, regardless of who is present. Any members who are late pay a fine that is donated to a worthy charity!
    •The Scrum Master begins the meeting by starting with the person immediately to his/her left and proceeding counter clockwise around the room until everyone has spoken.
  • Each Team member should respond to the following questions:
    oWhat was completed on previous day?
    oWhat is planned for the day?
    oWhat are the impediments?
    •Team members should not digress beyond answering these three questions into issues, designs, discussions of problems, or gossip.The Scrum Master is responsible for moving the meeting along briskly from person to person.
    •Team members should address the Team. This is not a “Reporting to the Scrum Master” meeting.
    •During the meeting only one person talks at a time. Everyone else listens without any side conversations.
    •When a Team member reports something that is of interest to other Team members or needs assistance from other Team members, any Team member can immediately arrange for all interested parties to get-together after the Daily Scrum Meeting.
    •Chickens (non Team members) are welcome to attend the Daily Scrum Meetings but they are not allowed to talk, make observations, make faces or otherwise make their presence in the meeting obtrusive.
    •Chickens stand on the periphery of the Team so as not to interfere with the meeting.
  • If too many chickens attend the meeting, the Scrum Master can limit attendance so that the meeting can remain orderly and focused.
    •Pigs or chickens who cannot or will not conform to the above rules can be excluded from the meeting (chickens) or removed from the Team (pigs).

    Benefits of this meeting:

Everyone in the team to knows about others and what they are doing stronger communication between team members
•Team members commits to deliver to their team. Nobody likes to give
same status everyday J
•Encourage the Scrum Team to self-organize
•Encourages everyone to  perform better and better every day.
•There develops a positive competition among team members.
•That’s when the team reaches the hyper productive state.

        Role Of SCRUM Masters:-

Partnering with the Pseudo Product Owner(s) to effectively manage the
Product and Sprint Backlogs
•Ensuring the Scrum process is understood and correctly applied by team members
•Coaching the Development team in Self-Organization and Cross-functionality
•Removing impediments to the Development team’s progress
•Shielding the Development team from external interferences
•Facilitating Scrum events as requested or needed
•Ensuring delivery of intermediate potentially shippable products /
work items during the sprint
•The first review (code standards)/ second unit test will be done by
respective SCRUM MASTER.


Role of SCRUM Team members:-

Adhering to the Scrum process
•Possessing required Business knowledge and Technical skills to deliver incremental products
•Designing, Developing, testing and delivering potentially shippable products
•Becoming Self-Organized and Cross-functional
•Sizing PBIs
•Estimating Tasks
•Reporting progress during the Sprint
•Reporting impediments impacting delivery capabilities (in the daily
scrum meetings)
•The first Unit test will be done by developers


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