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The Relationship Between Epics, Features, User Stories & Subtasks

Exploring the guiding principle of Progressive Elaboration

This article explores an agile method called Progressive Elaboration. In Agile, Progressive Elaboration focuses on continuously improving and detailing the agile plan as more details arise.

Meaning, the estimates will become more accurate, once more information is known. This is part of the ‘Just in Time planning’ (JIP) principle.




Agile Mindset, Adaptive Management and Servant Leadership insights that you can use from an experienced agile practitioner and passionate blogger.

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Luke Pivac

Luke Pivac

A Senior Scrum Master helping teams and stakeholders succeed by using an agile mindset. An experienced Delivery Lead and published author. PSM-1, MSP5, ICP-APM

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