Woody Arnold answered this question on this page and here is the quick summary:
Day 1 (Monday)
- Admin – Paper work, meet with HR, get connected.
- Meet with
manager. Understand expectations & situation.
- Schedule meetings for the week – 1-on-1’s with team members, customers etc.
- Discern the situation, develop
Day 2 (Tuesday)
- Start floating ideas – problems you’re hearing, solutions.
- If you need a half day scoping meeting on Thursday, you need to schedule it today to give people a little warning.
- Continue with 1-on-1’s
Day 3 (Wednesday)
- Create a short presentation for the Thursday meeting. This contains for instance: What you’ve heard, changes you’d like to implement starting next week.
Day 4 (Thursday)
- Prep for planning meeting.
- Meeting. Quick presentation – Problems we’re trying to solve, why Scrum… etc.
- Monday – Sprint planning, and the start of sprint 1.
- Daily Standups – Coach the team into making effective daily standups.
- Sprint Review – schedule the sprint review for the last day of the sprint. Make sure to invite “customers”.
- Retrospective – Schedule the retrospective for after the sprint review.