50 shades of “done” with the Result Chain

Well, maybe not 50. Anyway…

Have you ever gotten the question: “when will you be done?”. I think most of us have. If we work in a team where other people are dependant on us, we must be able to indicate when the work we do is done.

But, what does it actually mean to be “done”?

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