- It is micro management and it gives a false hope for control
- Creates waste.
- It creates some sort of hierarchy in your team when someone determines which specific task you should do.
- It creates a blame culture. When you don't finish your task on team someone tells you that is bad. But the only thing that can be bad if the whole team can't succeed in finishing the sprint, instead or individual tasks.
- It prevents the team to manage them theirself and complete the stories the way the team wants to.
- It disrupts the peace in the team.
So. No more day goals. Focus on facilitating your team with everything in your power to make them work as efficient as possible instead of controlling them. That works much better and is way more fun :)