Due Diligence

[doo dil-i-juh ns]

Definition of Due Diligence

A person, Team, or Organization is doing its ‘due diligence’ when it is taking necessary steps to avoid harm to people or property.

Examples

Having something else to focus on that defines success allows the team to do their due diligence in order to get the Stories Done right.
The Team commits to its Sprint Goal and to doing its due diligence in order to have all completed Stories meet their Agreements.

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