What’s Done is Done: the importance of Done

What's Done is Done: the importance of Done

Earlier I published an article about the Definition of Done (DoD), a tool that assists in ensuring product/feature completion to a high standard of quality. It includes specific, measurable, and attainable criteria based on project needs and goals. One of the guiding principles of Scrum is “getting things done.” There are several reasons why it … Read more

Making a ‘Scrum knowledge matrix’

Scrum Knowledge Matrix

A few weeks ago, while preparing for my PSM-III exam, I encountered an article (in Dutch) where someone spoke of a useful tool to make connections between the different parts and aspects of Scrum. They proposed a spreadsheet with the various Scrum Events, Artifacts, Roles and Values. I have decided to make my own version … Read more