Definition of Done Exercise
Definition of Done Exercise
Definition of Done Exercise
Definition of Done Exercise

Definition of Done Exercise

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Scrum.org
Regular price
€25,00
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€25,00

Note: Due to licensing restrictions, we can only ship this product to people that have participated in an official Professional Scrum Master II-class by Scrum.org, or are a trainer for Scrum.org.

The core responsibility of Development Teams is to deliver a "Done" increment every Sprint. This exercise is all about making transparent what this means, and what happens when teams are unable to do so.

Who should play this exercise?

This exercise is an excellent learning aid for Scrum Masters, trainers, Agile Coaches and Scrum Teams. 

What Superpowers does it release?

Scrum reduces risk and increases predictability when Scrum Teams deliver a "Done"-increment every Sprint. This exercise makes transparent what is currently lacking in your organization or team to make that possible.

What does a set contain?

  • 5 cards with levels of done
  • 1 green card with 'Done!'
  • 1 red card with 'Not done!'
  • 1 card with a description of the exercise
  • 19 blue cards with aspects of done
  • 19 red cards with problems

Cards are printed on strong, coated cardboard with rounded corners and are printed full-colour on both sides. The large cards are 21x15 cm. The small cards are 6x4 cm.