Sync-Ups Are an Engineering Essential. Here’s How 6 Leaders Have Effective Ones

Sync-ups are an engineering essential. Since many engineers work in fast-paced environments, team huddles allow them time to outline priorities, share progress updates and address roadblocks — and they’re expected to be as focused and succinct as possible. Yet, leading an effective sync-up is not always easy, especially while remote.

Engineering leaders across Colorado have discovered several ways to run effective team sync-ups. For some, that meant shifting responsibilities and changing the cadence of team huddles. For others, efficiency required asynchronous written standups via Slack.

As many teams continue to work from home, these huddles have become increasingly important. By encouraging collaboration, engagement and agility, engineering leaders can get the most out of their team sync-ups, despite the social distance.

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