Posts Tagged ‘scrum’
How to Craft a Tailored Definition of Done with F.I.N.I.S.H.E.D.
Definition of Done A well-defined Definition of Done (DoD) is crucial for delivering high-quality work for teams using Scrum. It sets the standard for what it means to consider a product backlog item “done.” But how do you create a DoD that truly fits your team’s needs? In this article, we’ll explore the F.I.N.I.S.H.E.D. acronym…Read More
Sprint Goals Made Simple: Use S.P.R.I.N.T. To Craft Sprint Goals
What is a Sprint Goal Let’s take a step back first. 🌍 In the Scrum framework, a Sprint Goal is our shared objective, our north star for the sprint. It’s like the mission statement or commander’s intent for that particular Sprint. But just having a goal isn’t enough; it needs to be an effective one!…Read More