Definition of Done Checklist by Bridge Global
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Hello, thanks for taking a look at our Definition of Done (DOD) template!
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HOW TO MAKE THIS YOURS
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We wanted to share this with you so that you can make it your own and use it for your team. Feel free to add or edit things to make it fit for your team's product/project!
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In order to edit this template, you'll need to make a copy. To do that you will need to:
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Navigate to and click on the "File" tab.
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Select "Make A Copy"
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Name your file and select the location for your new file
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Make any edits and share with your team!
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Need additional help ? Contact anuraj.sl@bridge-global.com or ping me @ skype: anuraj.bridge
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In Agile, a feature isn’t considered done until it’s ready for release.
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The DoD could vary from team to team but it should be consistent within the team. Based on the type of projects, teams could have distinct sets of definition of done
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- at the feature/requirement/user story level,
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- at sprint level,
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- at release level.
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It is important to identify a DoD that works for your team and your business needs and ensure everyone in the team understands the DoD manifesto.
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It can evolve over time to include a broader definition of done and in that case, inform the team members of the changes.
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By applying this to all the projects/products you can ensure the team is delivering the right thing in the right way with atmost quality
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Kindly get back to me if you have any more queries on this. I would be very happy to help with it.
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Keep Rocking! :) Have a great Day!
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