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A questionnaire on the use of the definition of "done"

Last post 10:32 pm May 31, 2017 by Ana Silva
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10:32 pm May 31, 2017

Hi there! 

In a previous study exploring the scientific literature, we identified the state-of-the-art on the Scrum practice "Definition of Done" in agile projects. We discovered that companies use different levels of done. For instance, some companies use only 1 (e.g., release); others use 3 (e.g., story, sprint and release). The most popular types of criteria are related to software verification and validation and regulatory compliances.

You can read the complete paper by following this link: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/316441150_A_systematic_review_on_the_use_of_Definition_of_Done_on_agile_software_development_projects?_iepl%5BviewId%5D=ZSa2rLpsAVPHz2c2SstM1baa&_iepl%5BprofilePublicationItemVariant%5D=default&_iepl%5Bcontexts%5D%5B0%5D=prfpi&_iepl%5BtargetEntityId%5D=PB%3A316441150&_iepl%5BinteractionType%5D=publicationTitle

Our goal is to complement our discoveries by exploring the state-of-the-practice. Therefore, I invite you to answer a questionnaire about the usage of the Scrum practice "Definition of Done" in agile projects. 

If you have already used this practice, here is the link of the questionnaire: https://goo.gl/forms/2vQWtwmj2y6frwEF2

If you have never used this practice, please answer the following question: "Why haven't you used it?".

Thanks!


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