When your scrum team completes work on a story, the product owner decides whether it's done. In this video learn how be sure everyone knows what "done" really means.
- In Scrum, the team takes…their sprint commitment very seriously.…They're striving each day to collaborate…and get their stories to done.…Remember, in Scrum, done means usable product…that meets the acceptance criteria.…Since that's the goal, the team is developing…and testing the entire time,…to ensure all the story AC are met.…The AC approval though, has to come from the product owner.…Since the product owner is the business representative…on the team, their acceptance…or rejection is the final word.…
That means that throughout the sprint,…team members are checking their work with the PO.…Each story that's accepted can then move across…the task board to the done column.…Some teams hold a brief more formal session…known as the sprint review.…During this ceremony, the team and PO…meet to review the sprint as a whole.…This is a checkpoint where everyone looks…at each story from the sprint and sees which ones were done.…Anything that isn't accepted as complete…is reviewed, prioritized, and moved out to another sprint.…
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- Understanding the scrum approach to project success
- Solving project problems with scrum
- Establishing your scrum team
- Setting the vision for your project
- Writing user stories
- Setting boundaries for success
- Getting stories done in scrum
- Assessing the team