For the team:
- Arrive on time or early.
- Be ready to say what you did yesterday and what you plan to do today.
- Keep your report specific, precise and short in order to help the meeting end within 15 minutes.
- Listen to other team member's status in case it might relate to your tasks or impact you.
- Don't interrupt people when they are talking.
- Don't agree to decisions or action you don't understand. Ask questions and insist on answers when you need clarification.
- Note the tasks or action items you volunteer for.
- If you raise an issue or question that can't be resolved in a minute, ask to discuss with the parties involved after the meeting.
- For those calling in, be sure to start your report with "This is [your name]."
- Be sure to have (or have access to) your relevant information (the sprint or product backlogs, the software being developed, or the project, requirements or design documents and code)
- Be sure to have (or have access to) the phone numbers of any team members who you are conferencing in.
- Be sure to have scheduled the recurring meeting and invited all appropriate people
- Be sure that the invitation includes the relevant information, such as meeting location, project site URL, and conference number.
- Be sure the invitation subject line is specific (for those involved in multiple projects).
- It is your job to keep the meeting focused and starting and ending on-time.
- It is your job to know why and how scrum works. Look for teachable moments in the daily scrum.