How Do We Know We’re Done? One Way to End the Story

“How Do We Know We’re Done?” is a question often asked by agile teams.   I’d like to show a narrative of how this question might be answered.   As the example, I’ll use one from James Shore’s new edition of Art of Agile Development, Chapter 9, Customer Examples.  He describes a meeting between the product owner and the developers to gather information on a story  The section ends with the developer’s taking a picture of a whiteboard of a business rule and heading off to develop.    Here’s a possible narrative for the rest of the story of “How Do We Know We’re Done”. 

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