Scenario: With scrum teams doing a daily stand-up to inform team of progress (yesterday and today) and any impediments. I wonder sometimes do they actually bring up impediments, concerns or issues. Can we have a mid sprint (Once a sprint) catch-up where we look at tasks on board and each team member tells team:
1. What they did yesterday, Today, Impediments 2. Does this still relate to sprint goal 3. Do they think item will make sprint, Team discussion afterwards (Parking lot): If it wont make the sprint how can we adapt, fix this?
I know this might take more time instead of the normal stand-up timebox (15min)
Idea: I've googled and I can't find a lot of information on a mid sprint catch-up and I know this is not one of scrums ceremonies, but rather I see it as one of the Shu Ha Ri stages.
Ri: Now the student isn't learning from other people, but from his own practice. He creates his own approaches and adapts what he's learned to his own particular circumstances.
The check-in is more how Kanban does a stand-up (Walking the board) approach.
I understand the adding something like this might sound like
Poorly-specified requirements, or unclear value propositions or Not writing the acceptance criteria first or A lack of trust but this is an just an idea.