Daily Standup purpose: It’s all about flow, not status

The new 2020 version of the Scrum Guide has thankfully removed the “three questions” from the Daily Scrum section (or Daily Standup, abbreviated as DSU, as some prefer). Those who understand that the Scrum Guide is just that, a guide, and not a prescribed methodology, have never felt bound to use the three questions. The questions are, more or less, asked like this: What did you accomplish…

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