Why is our definition of done so long? I don’t like to call the definition of done the checklist for how we do things around here. I used to say that because you might be including every single little thing in your process when you do that, but does it have the essential elements of how do we know that this work is don
You shouldn’t be handing work anywhere, you should be collaborating, but you just work together and try to understand that together. And that’s what we expect in scrum. We expect you to collaborate and not run onto your next thing. There are no roles in scrum. We do have accountabilities, but you don’t have like sub roles if you like.
what’s the point in delivering good stuff when you don’t even know who the customer is? Is there such thing as balancing UX with shipping fast in scrum? Is there even such thing as shipping fast in scrum? How can we know what is value when we don't know the end-user? What happens in each box of the Lean UX canvas?