Done vs Releasable
From not yet releasable to releasable and beyond to full quality

Done in your Scrum Team: does it have to be releasable? Spoiler: no way Jose! There’s a road to releasable and trying Scrum can help getting there. Done vs Releasable is about the difference of doing Scrum as intended and thus gaining maximum benefit, versus the long hard road to reach that state of pure transparency. In […]

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#10 Collaboration and Ownership in the Scrum Team – Edwin Wopereis (Kramp)

In this episode we meet with Product Owner Edwin Wopereis. Edwin is responsible for the Kramp Webshop. Kramp is a technical wholesaler and one-stop supplier of spare parts, technical services and business solutions to more than 40.000 dealers worldwide of agricultural machines, forest & grasscare machines, construction machines and in the OEM and MRO industry. Edwin […]

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The Scrum Definition of Done is not a User Story element

The Definition of Done in Scrum is a super powerful artefact to create transparency around what needs to be delivered to consider a unit of work ‘done’. Meaning, no more work is needed on this item for it to potentially deliver value through a customer release. The concept helps with forecasting, increased transparency and fosters collaboration […]

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