What is Definition of Ready (DoR)

I. Definition of Ready (DoR) The team share the explicit and visible the criterias (generally based on the INVESTmatrix) that a user story must meet prior to being accepted into the upcoming iteration. These considerations are often summarized as the “INVEST criteria”, and they provide us with a useful Definition of Ready which can be …

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Acceptance Criteria for User Story

“Acceptance criteria (AC) are the conditions that a software product must meet to be accepted by a user, a customer, or other systems.” (Altexsoft)

Scale Frameworks (part 5)

Spotify Spotify has become a popular music player and well known for providing original and limitless collections of music content. It was launched in 2008 and it became a large company with 1,600 employees. Spotify start with Scrum and now come belong with Agile principles and their own model Spotify component include : Squad is basic …

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Scale Frameworks (part 4)

Nexus Introduced by Scrum org – Last update Jan 2021Framework is created for scaling multi scrum teamMinimize and managing dependenciesIt build upon Scrum and keep Scrum cores “A Nexus is a group of approximately three to nine Scrum Teams that work together to deliver a single product; it is a connection between people and things. …

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Scale Frameworks (part 3)

SAFe The latest version, SAFe 5, is built around the Seven Core Competencies of the Lean Enterprise that are critical to achieving and sustaining a competitive advantage in an increasingly digital age: Product MgmtProduct Management is responsible for defining and supporting the building of desirable, feasible, viable, and sustainable products that meet customer needs over …

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Scale Frameworks (part 2)

LeSS In order to keep Large-scale Scrum as Scrum, we’ll need to find a similar balance, so that we will be able to say: For large groups, LeSS hits the sweet spot between defined concrete elements and empirical process control. Of course, the concepts and principles behind Scrum, such as Transparency, Empirical Process Control, Iterative development, and Self-managing teams are …

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Scale Frameworks (part 1)

Why Scale ? The Scrum team is good with team size 7-9 members. With large products, we need more labors to work, same with we need more teams. In this situation , scale is necessary and have some frame work support for communication between teams. Scrum of Scrum The Scrum of Scrums methodology was first …

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