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Aug 9, 2017

 

Something that Product Owners can continually get better at, is making the stories we tell, and ask for teams to work on, smaller. Smaller stories provide so many benefits to everyone and allow us to become more agile.  There are lots of different ways to approach this and in this episode, we’ll review some common ones that you can try on your own items.  Even if your first step is just to make sure something doesn’t last from day 1 to day 10 of a sprint, it’s an improvement.

 

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Links:

Co-host Post - Looking for a co-host

Diana Larson & James Shore - The Agile Fluency Model Explained

Cory Bryan - Priority Picking Principles

Mike Cohn - Advice on How to Split Reporting User Stories

Richard Lawson - Patterns for Splitting User Stories