Team O'clock tries to minimize the time and maximize the value you get from standup and retrospective
Using Team O'clock you can not lose track of time, because you're constantly reminded to focus.
Scrum master is not the standup manager. Team O'clock gets that role so all team members are equal and report to their colleagues.
Order of speakers is shuffled on each standup and announced by Team O'clock. Everyone is focusing on the speaker and waiting for their time to speak.
Add a video URL from a service of your choice(Google Hangouts, Appear.in) so that distributed team members can join the standup.
All preparation, setup and facilitation of the retrospective event is on Team O'clock, so that the team can relax and talk about the important things.
Choose one of the available activites (Start-Stop-Continue doing, 4Ls and Three little pigs) or let Team O'clock choose for you to add some variety.
Let Team O'clock guide your team in a flow to make everyone more engaged and open to share.
Bind a team to a channel and use the /standup or /retrospective command to trigger a scrum event.
Use the /planpoker command during a backlog refinement meeting to vote for points on a story or task.
Identify the optimal time to do your standups via analytics and check how each team uses retrospectives historically.
View the routine and engagement of the standup per team and per team member.
Access retrospective events history per team and see patterns and how your team improves using scrum methodologies.
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