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Preetam De: Defining Done – The Holy Cow Approach

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 this content, as a contributor to blogagility.com. Originally published 
on The Dark Horse on September 2, 2016.

 

While reading Invest on an Epic Story and get the job Done, there was a discussion about how the done checklist can be formulated with mandatory and optional sub-tasks. This article can be considered as the prequel which forms the basis of that implementation. A question we always come across while explaining how to define Done for a Story is –

 

What is “Done” or “Done Done”? How much is enough?

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Where are you leading people on Agile Frameworks?

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Are you misleading people about Agile, Scrum and the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)?

This past week (and for years) I have experienced several people and even a fairly well known “agile tool space” vendor passing misinformation around about Agile, Scrum and the Scaled Agile Framework for the Enterprise (SAFe). The offending parties, in the context of their misrepresentations, are attacking the Scrum framework and the SAFe. Labeling them as processes!

To what end?

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Jem D’jelal: Throwing the Scrum Certificate away?

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 this content, as a contributor to blogagility.com. Originally published 
on LinkedIn January 20, 2016.

Jem D'jelal Jem D’jelal Coaching individuals & teams to find “better” ways of working.