What’s in a Story – Breaking things down

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When I think back on my Scrum experiences I keep coming to the same conclusion - that the mechanics behind “Stories” has to be the most important aspect of the process. If your “Stories” are properly “designed” then you have the best shot at succeeding with Scrum. So when I say “designed” what do I really mean? Let me explain …. For starters while I believe that the format of the Story is important (I wrote about this some time back that the format is not the most important thing though) when I say design I mean the careful thought...

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