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hour of meetings might save 2 hours of dev work. If you have 10 hours of meetings, another hour of meetings might save 0 dev work. Hell, it may save you -2 hours of dev work due to interruptions or … impact on morale. In the end, the entire point of meetings is that the communication and collaboration helps you get things done. If meetings are not helping you get things done, then they should be killed. …
answered May 25 '16 by Telastyn
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It depends. Different agile teams have different processes because they have different needs. If you have a few dozen bugs coming in every day, an informal cube meeting is probably not going to cut i …
answered Aug 10 '15 by Telastyn
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-60 minutes, but will be shorter as the teams get into a groove. So in summary - quit wasting people's time and they'll dread the meetings a bit less. Beyond that, fun and comradarie in the team … isn't something you can address in meetings. Go to lunch together, joke around, mix people up to have better personality fits, have mustache growing contests... once the morale is up then people will naturally make sprint planning meetings more lighthearted. …
answered Jul 15 '13 by Telastyn