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The Product Increment and

The Definition Of “Done”

Road to Mastery — Season 2 — Episode 3

Those performing the work and those inspecting the resulting increment must share a common definition of “Done”. — The Scrum Guide

There can be plenty of confusion in the workspace over the smallest and simplest terms. This tends to be particularly frustrating when there is a disconnect about whether something is done or not.





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Sjoerd Nijland

Sjoerd Nijland

Scrum nerd (PSMIII, SPS, PSPOII, PSD, PSU), Agile geek (PAL), Serious Scrum founder

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