The Problem of Story Detail

The level of precision in stories is an industry-wide problem. In general, product managers want to convey high-level epics or scenarios while many developers want specific tasks. This represents a huge divide of expectations.

Often product owners or business analysts try breaking big ideas (i.e., epics) down into small user stories or job stories. An approach that many use is for product managers to design a…

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product management guru, author, speaker, consultant, guitar player. More at http://www.under10consulting.com

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