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Franco Martinig

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The Implications of Having a Definition of Done on Fixed-priced Contracts Posted: Apr 30, 2013 3:23 AM
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The Definition of Done is an agreement between the Scrum team and the product owner on a minimum quality barrier for the product that’s being built. Establishing a minimum quality barrier has much wider implications than just better quality product, although that is one outcome of having a Definition of Done. This article is about the impact of a definition of done on the types of contract that Agile teams work with. Author: Kane Mar, Scrum Coach, http://scrumology.com What is a Definition of Done? At its most conceptual level the Definition of ...

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