Don. Done. Done. Done. Done. Done. Which one is it?
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Definition of Done
Done. Done Done. Done Done Done. Not Done. Un-done. Oh my! So why do so many teams struggle? Perhaps it's because the Definition of Done is misinterpreted as "Get IT Done", rather than "Get TO Done". We'll have an interesting conversation about Done, Done-ness, and see how we can "Get TO Done" with our teams.
Hi, I'm Marcelo R. Lopez, Jr. I've worn the PO and SM hats interchangeably for the needs of my employers. Even put it on with my kids when the needed it (that's an experience). I authored, and currently one of the co-authors, the original Spanish language translation of the Scrum Guide on https://www.scrum.org/Scrum-Guide. The first non-English language version of the guide! Check out "Scrum en Breve", my Spanish language version of "Scrum in a Nutshell", an excerpt from "Exploring Scrum: The Fundamentals" by Dan Rawsthorne and Doug Shimp. Currently working on the translation of "Exploring Scrum: The Fundamentals" to Spanish. Any reviewers interested? Come find me in the Scrum Alliance, Scrum Practitioners, or Scrum Professionals groups on LinkedIn. I'm pretty active there. I've also given a few talks about Product Ownership, and establishing and growing a Software Engineering (Code Craftsmanship) culture.
Rick Regueira, PMP, CEC, (305) 785-1189
Chief Executive Coach
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