In today, I would like to discuss one of the most important aspects of Scrum. However, this aspect is often times neglected by organizations implementing Scrum. And that most important aspect is the Definition of "Done". Neglecting the Definition of "Done" is one of the reasons why we see a lot of failed scrum implementations in the market. Not putting enough emphasis on technical excellence in the Definition of "Done" is one of the reasons why we see a lot of products with technical debt in the market. If I can summarize scrum into a single line statement, it would be to continuously deliver a done increment that achieve the Sprint Goal every single Sprint. So because of these problems we found in the industry, in today's video I'm going to talk about the Definition of "Done" and the importance of "Done" in Scrum. Many of my future videos is going to refer back to today's video, so make sure you don't go anywhere to stay on this video. A lot of people think that the Definition of "Done" is the same as Acceptance Criteria.