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Which meeting cadence suits the situation?

Is the meeting series to report progress?

Does the stakeholder need the fine detail of things?

A weekly or monthly review session to cover what has been done fits well here

Other kinds of meetings vary with their requirements for cadence, use your judgement

A daily or every other day standup would suit these requirements

Dependent on project block lengths, meeting cadence coenciding with the end of a block would work with this

Note that whilst all of these items give an idea as to what works best, this is purely a guide to a general good practice approach.

yes

No

Is the meeting a retrospective?

yes

No

yes

No

Progress reports are a common reason to have a regular meeting. At this point it depends on the level of stakeholder to proceed

Dependent on the level of stakeholder, and their involvement, they may require the fine details discussed, or just a general overview of proceedings and where things are.

A retrospective is when a team looks back at what they have done in a sprint or block of work, and reflect on what was done well and what could be improved in the future.