Last week, two practitioners of Scrum shared ways in which their teams have defined done. This week, CST and CSC Mitch Lacey gives his own definition, one he argues is more in line with agile principles, both in its structure and in its formation.
"Four"warned Is Forearmed: How adding a new question to your daily standup can uncover hidden bombshells
We all know the three questions of Scrum: What did you do yesterday? What will you do today? What blocking issues do you have?
We all do our best to answer these questions. So how come so many of our initial demos turn up problems we didn't catch? Maybe it's because, at least at the beginning, we need to add a fourth question to our daily standups.