NOTE: This is a North Meeting held at UTI (NOT Infusionsoft).
Where: UTI (Google Map)
16220 N Scottsdale Rd., Ste, 100
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
6:00 – Registration
6:20 – Announcements
6:30 – Begin “The Definition of Done”
8:00 – Closing Remarks
PLEASE REGISTER - If you are already a member of the Phoenix Scrum User’s Group, you have already received an email about this event, just select the “Registration Link” in that email. If you’ve not received that email, please sign-up (on the right), and we’ll get it out to you!!
Topic Overview: The Definition of Done
Defining “done” is key to any successful SCRUM team. Many teams struggle to effectively define when a story is “done”, create a shared understanding of “done” and complete a work item to the point of being “done”. During this interactive presentation, Derek will explore:
- How teams define “done”
- How to create a shared understanding of “done”
- How quality, constraints and stakeholder requests fit into “done”
- How estimates and tasks change because of “done”
Plan to participate in group activities that will showcase typical problems that teams face when defining “done” as well as tips and tricks to leverage the definition of “done” to maximize your team’s performance.
Speaker Bio: Derek Neighbors
Derek Neighbors is a serial entrepreneur who helps people bring ideas to reality. Derek co-founded Gangplank, a collaborative workspace, in 2008 to help encourage local creatives to explore innovative ideas and create what they are passionate about. He is a partner at Integrum Technologies, a consulting services firm, that helps companies build high performing teams to compete in the new economy.