Daily Standup Meeting Policy
Daily standup meetings are a common way for teams and groups to touch base on their ongoing activities and responsibilities. Employees can discuss the progress they have made, tasks underway, upcoming milestones or roadblocks they are facing that they need help with and ask general questions to team leaders.
The purpose of this Daily Standup Meeting Policy is to lay out guidelines for appropriate and effective daily standup meetings.
From the policy:
Standup meetings should be held at the same time every day. A half-hour duration is recommended for brevity (although it may be longer, depending on team size). All meetings must start and end on time. Any unresolved discussions should either be shelved until the next meeting or taken offline, involving only the relevant team members, assuming their schedule permits. If not, a follow-up meeting should be booked to resolve the issue.
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