We're motivated, and we know where we want to go... wait, hold on, not everyone is on the bus yet!
After working primarily with the creative director and the rest of the production team, it was time to engage with the whole leadership team, which included about eight more people.
We also started getting calls and emails from leaders above the creative department asking what exactly we were doing. They became aware because of my research interviews and were curious about what we were up to.
We had lots of meetings. More about that in the next post too. Many of the meetings had a large number of people, and often I wasn't in charge of the agenda. Most of them were an extension of a previous meeting that didn't resolve or an extension of an extension of an extension.
This isn't how I would recommend conducting meetings. I'm an advocate for meetings with clear outcomes, scope, and resolution. But sometimes, we aren't running the meetings, and we need to adapt.
Scrum has a lot of meetings and it can be hard to keep them straight, especially when you're getting started.
The Scrum meeting checklist has all the details you need to run effective Scrum meetings.