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Re: How to Tie Stories Together

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  • sjanvrinxx
    Jack - thanks for the feedback. I ve had Mike s user stories book on my wish list for a while, so it s time to get it and read it. Steve.
    Message 1 of 6 , Apr 8, 2010
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      Jack - thanks for the feedback. I've had Mike's user stories book on my wish list for a while, so it's time to get it and read it.

      Steve.

      --- In scrumdevelopment@yahoogroups.com, "JackM" <jack@...> wrote:
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      > Mike Cohn has done the best work on this topic. You should take a look at his site - mountaingoatsoftware.com. He also covers this in his books, although off hand i can't recall which book does this topic the most justice
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      > Jack
      > www.agilebuddy.com
      > blog.agilebuddy.com
      > twitter.com/agilebuddy
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      > --- In scrumdevelopment@yahoogroups.com, "sjanvrinxx" <sjanvrin@> wrote:
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      > > One of the topics I still have a hard time understanding is how Scrum ties stories together into a coherent overall picture. I've heard some discussions of themes, epics, etc., but not a lot of clarity on these terms and how to use these concepts. I'm still struggling with a method to communicate the long-term objectives of a Scrum initiative to my management team without resorting to BDUF documentation.
      > >
      > > Any and all help and comment is apprciated.
      > >
      > > Steve.
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