In round robin pattern every individual on the team answers three questions; "What did I do yesterday?", "Where am I stuck?", and "What do I plan to do next?". Round robin has a hidden cost; stitching up the individual daily progress narratives to understand an individual story's progress. Recently, I discovered a way to express another reason to not like round robin as much; next in line effect. People have diminished recall of words of others who spoke immediately before or after them. If A, B, and C are standing next to each other then B won't listen to A because B is mentally getting ready to speak next. A won't retain what B said because A is likely to be still processing the feedback (s)he just got, and analyzing if (s)he shared all what (s)he had to.
That is the reason I prefer the story-time format. In the story-time pattern, each story on the board is discussed daily for its progress. Visit each story on the board in the order of priority. If it is a pairing culture then the pair speaks up. Otherwise it's the individuals.
What other patterns have you found useful?
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